Recently got moved. I now have a room dedicated to a more permanent layout (at least compared to the floor). This is the first track plan I have ever designed that was not just free handed with what I had on hand or an oval. The layout is designed for HO scale on a 6' x 10' table. I opted for more raw track density as I have always had basic, flat ovals, so I wanted to really stretch a design out and really give my trains a good length of more complicated track to run on. There are still plans for scenery, but they are not as planned out yet, though I do plan to raise more of the base elevation than just the track and have smoother elevation changes than just a berm. No particular prototypical railroad this is based on. I'm most proud of the elevation changes to allow for the double loop feature and a switching yard. Track goes up 4 inches height at a slope of 3% to ensure I have enough clearance for any car I might want to run. The turns are all Kato R610 (22.5 degree, 24.02 inch radius) turns so almost any locomotive size should be able to negotiate the turns. In case it might look familiar, I based this off Track Plan #42 from Linn H. Westcott's book 101 Track Plans for Model Railroaders, but modified to work with Kato snap track. Only change I would make if I could would be to have another exit to the switching yard that connects to the mainline near the lower middle as opposed to just the long run around spur that connects it to the top, but I was unable to make it work with the elevation changes and getting the snap track to play nice. Anyway, really happy with how it came out and I can't wait to build it. Let me know what you think.