Wrecks are becomeing much too common on my layout and that EXTREMELY FRUSTRATES ME!!! :curse: I couldn't even finish switching the local today, and that pisses me off!! I need a new, larger layout to run my large locomotives, the boggest of which is an AB pair of E7's. I want to retian the overall flavor of my old layout whiles making it larger to support my rolling stock. Here's the old layout's trackplan. http://www.the-gauge.com/showthread.php?t=22147 I've got this much space: ...and intend to utilize a rough trianglar shape, plus the little 1X4 for a branch line to a packing plant. I would like the following: ==Operation== -A 10 car (assume 45' cars) passing siding -A siding 5 (67') cars long for the main station -A 6 track yard, for assembling frieghts -An engine servicing facilty untilizing the already purchased ATLAS roundhouse and turntable -lots of industrial spurs, one of which crosses over another at an angle ==Scenery== -At least 2 or three stations for loacal passenger service, one being the American model builders SP type 22 depot: http://www.walthers.com/exec/productinfo/152-134 (I've got the other, smaller depots too) -A yard where I can assemble local frieghts -A suger beet loader, and Suger beet plant -An Orange Grove, and packing plants, Ice houses, ect. -A junkyard -a town near the large depot -an industrial switching district near the yard. ============== I know this sounds like alot, but is it possible?