The enclosed plan is more of a doodle than a serious effort. Unfortunately, all I have to work with is Atlas RTS. Also, even though you see the sectional track in use, I'm an old hand, and I sure don't intend to build it that way. The plan is the best rendition I could do of Iain Rice's East Suffolk short line, stretched to 10 X 10, with a continuous run connection added. As I worked with RTS, it struck me that Iain might be a little optimistic with his switch dimensions because he's using drafting equipment and freehand techniques, and RTS would be a worst case because you can't really trim switches on paper like you would in real life. Even so, I did manage to cobble together a couple of pseudo-Shinohara 24-20 curved switches when I needed them. The railroad is supposed to be a weed choked shortline, with bad track. Minimum mainline radius is 24", with 20" and 18" found on various spurs. No grades. The interchange is a dropleaf so you can use the door. Anticipated benchwork is lightweight, free-standing, and designed to be semi-portable. I'm not real happy with the plan, because if I put in all the industry that Iain had, it's too busy, and the trackwork can't be done without some real contortions, but with what I have, there's not enough to support the business. If anyone can offer some friendly criticisms and comments, I'll be grateful.