Okay, here's my dilemma: I have a 4x8 layout that is partially completed. The track is laid but there is no scenery. I built it with my Dad when I was around 7 or 8 (actually he built it and I tried to help). We never took the time to complete it and now I want to get back into model railroading on my own and I want to build a larger layout. My question is, should I build a layout on the 4x8 table that I have now and gain some skills, or jump right into the larger layout? The layout on the 4x8 table will need to be torn down and rebuilt, because of poor construction (sub-standard radius, etc). We just didn't know any better when we built it. The larger layout that I want to build will need to wait until we can clean out the room in our basement, which may be a while. I don't think I'll have space for two layouts, so I would need to tear down the 4x8 eventually anyway. What do you think I should do? The layout I want to build is John Armstrong's Union Terminal RR from his book "18 Tailor-Made Model Railroad Track Plans". Any thoughts would be appreciated.