One of the problems I had in the Big Bear Country, Train Shed. My mobile home was built in the 60's and didn't have the circuits required today. One 20 amp for the kitchen and they expected that to run the refrigerator, micro-wave, dishwasher and garbage disposal. At least my breaker box was indoor. For the train shed. I only had one 20 Amp circuit-breaker to work from. I had to share it with the laundry-room lean-to. To keep things on an level playing field I couldn't run my trains when the washing machine was going. Laundry in the morning and trains in the afternoon and then more laundry at night. In the train shed I had to resort to power bars with built-in 15 amp breakers. I seldom had difficulty unless I turned on the frost watch heater or air conditioning unit. What happened to the lights? The only way I could power-up the train shed and laundry room is with a minimum 12 gauge drop cord. Both the laundry-room and train-shed had to unplug from the trailer. That was fun to install. The good news, that won't happen here. The land-Lord remodeled the house correctly. I'll have plenty of circuits available. Now if you can beat that.