This is the track plan for Garahbara. Already laid, so it's not really "for the future", but never mind. It is about 6 metres end to end (20 feet) and the passenger platforms are 2 metres long. To accomodate 7 - 8 passenger cars plus loco. The mainlines loop around at each end to form a "dogbone" type layout. All turnouts are Peco large radius. Wiring? Each mainline wiring is the "reverse" of the other. i.e. the "inner" mainline has the "inner track" as + and the "outer" mainline has the "outer track" as +. (using standard DC operation). This prevents shorts when moving "forward" from the inner mainline to the outer mainline. (at the "crossover tracks" at each end of the platforms. Therefore, "forward" (on the controller) is always "forward" on each mainline, (according to the arrow) rather than "forward" being left to right on ALL tracks. DPDT switches atttached to appropriate turnouts switch polarity on the yards and "out'n'back" station platform, so "forward" or "reverse" matches the appropraite mainline you enter from/leave to. What does youse all reckon?