Guys, I had an attempt last night at making up a control panel. It ended up about twice the size I thought it would be. I made it from a sheet of prepainted masonite, and used insulation tape to represent the tracks. I hope it don't shrink or come off!! I'll probalby seal it with lacquer of varnish or something. It's only one half of it, and will be mounted on the front of the layout at about a 45 degree angle. The green represents the tracks, and the yellow represents the station platforms. The mainlines (the central 4 "thru" tracks are up/down/up/down lines (top to bottom) (top track runs west to east/left to right). The crossover tracks are not double slips, just plain crossovers. Are crossovers represented in a track diagram such as this, in any special way? i.e. to NOT show them as, say, a double slip? It's a bit big, but I think I'll need it that big by the time block and turnout switches go on it, (and those elusive LED circuits!!) and other switches etc for sturcture lighting etc go on the empty bit at the top. That's a HO Budd Railcar at the bottom to show the size. Is it tooooooooo big? Its the control panel for only one half of the main section of Garahbara Mk II that covers 3.6 metres.