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After being on a hiatus for the past couple of years, I'm looking to resume where I left off. A fellow model railroader from another forum helped me come up with the following plan, which includes industry, a switching yard (minus turntable), and a staging area (in blue).
I was pretty lucky to have a large loft (20x20) that I double decked but since I did not have some of the restrictions you had like holes in the walls or removing closet doors, I was able to expand into a bedroom also.
Many of John Armstrong's designs were what they are because he was designing them to fit a clients need.
I will just toss this out for discussion maybe you like SP, ATSF and MP as your favorite roads for example.


Another approach might be to model a place that has all of your favorite roads in that location where they could interchange with each other.
I have a couple of blogs covering some of these things one the club blog and the second delving into the past that covers researching a location and free lancing a layout based on history and the prototypes that were in the area as well as my deviation from history.
2) While I do appreciate continuous runs and railfanning, I like the challenge of switching. After a lot of experimenting, the Layout Design Special Interest Group found elbow height to be close to perfect.
The LDSIG did a survey of current layout owners some years back and they all said they'd build their layouts higher if they had it to do over again.
If you're going to do a lot of switching, then you want to keep things in the elbow to shoulder range as to height so you can reach into the scene for uncoupling, etc.
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I agree that since this is your first build that you should not just try to fill every square inch with track. During my hiatus, I started playing Train Simulator and Trainz, and I found all of the switching scenarios were really fun, and the drive from point A to point B to be very boring. Your benchwork looks to be near buttocks height, which is about dinner table height, which is good if you're sitting down. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
There is a 4% grade (that is, it slopes 4% for every 100 scale feet) on one section of track.
It works for some guys but even my large layout has some very simple track schemes with some small areas dedicated to small industries.


I would suggest making a real in depth list of what you want and  or like in the way of railroad equipment, scenery, favorite prototypes if you have more than one.
The high layout level is one thing I learned early from the LDSIG (you will learn a ton about how to design good layouts if you join up) and I've never regretted it.
Look at the models available for your time period in your scale and how hard are they to get. You need to design your layout to match your goals, not just cram in as much track as you can.
For the tressle bridge I want to use, the layout needs to be at least 6" high from the lowest surface. I like long scenic runs and the biggest benefit I see with N scale is that you can run some pretty long trains.
The color indicates mountains and the number indicates the height in inches from the lowest surface.
If you have all your track that close, you lose this feature since long trains will just be looping around themselves.
If your goal is a switching layout with lots of small industries, there are a lot of track plans out there now that will meet that goal. You don't need to match the exact plan as you can just bend or straighten some areas to fit your space.



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