You guys seem to name your layouts after the railroad company that runs on them. Just to throw a different slant on things, in Australia, we don't do that. We usually name out layouts after a town/locality/region, and not the railroad company. It's only recently here, (last 10 - 15 years) that there have been any railroad companies. The railways were owned by each state government. New South Wales Government Railways. Victorian Railways. West Australian Government Railways. And even as recently as the 1960's, there was even a change of gauge at most state borders. Most of the track has now been "sold" to Australian Rail Track Corporation. They own the track, and no rollingstock. There are now freight rail companies that own/lease rollingstock, that use the track nationally. Pacific National, Australian Short Haul Railroad, Freight Australia etc. So our layouts are usually based on a town/locality somewhere (be that real or ficticous). Some of the major exhibition layouts, Brisbane Waters, Lambing Flat, Broadford etc. and that will be the name of the town, not the railroad company that runs on the layout. I called mine Garahbara, which is ficticious, but means "meeting place before journey" in the local Sydney basin aboriginal language. A lot of towns in Australia have aboriginal names that describe the area. So the sign on my station platforn says "Garahbara", or on the pub "Garahbara Hotel" or "Garahbara Stock & Sales Agents" etc. So there's quite a difference here. Our layouts names are not related to the railroads/locos/rollingstock that runs on them. I note, sometimes, in discussion on here, that others refer to my layout as "The Garahbara Railway". It's just "Garahbara", and not a railway company. We don't name our layouts after companies, either real or ficticious.