It came down to that I just was not happy with the 2nd rendition of the TCC and I was not getting what I wanted. So I tore up the plans and got the water bottle and hammer and chisel an went to work on the demo. Again the use of water soluble adhesives, namely Elmer's, made the job easier. The creation of the plateau actually took away space on the layout and the rails in the canyon were almost unreachable. I have gained about a foot more of width with the new design. And I am going to orient the port section, as far as the docks go, completely different from my plans. I am still going to have a continuous run track and the port entry will be through a wye off of it. Also have decided that the port will have its own electrical supply and control cab. Right now I am setting in the man cave staring at an Atlas turntable and deciding whether I want to go with it and mess with a bunch of wiring. Would end up with less space used and track at my engine terminal but I am reluctant to dive into the wiring, not my strong suit. No plans this time, just a vision in my mind. Would be nice if somebody came up with a simple system of wiring these danged storage tracks. Maybe a set of flexible wipers that contact with turntable tracks.