Circa 1994-5 I saw a plan in a book of plans for a dual gauge waterfront layout. It was an inverted U or W shaped, around the walls, room size point-to-point layout that had both narrow and "standard" gauge trackage patterned after the WW&F - MC configuration at Wiscasset, Maine. It included wharf tracks similar to the WW&F setup, a compact steam engine yard and an interchange track at the depot on the right side. As I recall, the left side of the inverted U included another yard and possibly another waterfront area. There may have been hidden loop return tracks, but if so, that has faded from my memory. It is not in any of the currently available Kalmbach publications. And, no, it was not the Atlantic Air Line plan shown in 101 Track Plans for Model Railroaders. Does anyone remember what book this plan is in ? As well as corresponding with the AC Kalmbach Memorial Library at the NMRA, I've posted this query at the Model Railroader Forum page, and at the forum run by the Back Drop Warehouse, but so far it hasn't jogged anyone's memory. The book was shop worn so I didn't buy it. At the time I lacked the space for such a layout, but I've kicked myself ever since for not adding it to my library. You can never have too many railroad books !