Hi All, New to the hobby and hoping to get some feedback before buying any more track. Modeling N scale in a 57'' x 24.5'' area within a closet with accordion doors. Benchwork already built to this dimension so it fits in and out of the closet for any future moves or working elsewhere. The train table sits on a rec table and I will be cleaning up underneath table for storing modeling components in rolling drawer units. Also built a 1' x 5' base while I was building this benchwork for a future switching layout shelf in a different location once I know better what I am doing. Hoping to model 1950s-1970s general era (not too specific, just looking for roughly this time range in general), N scale, Kato Unitrack. I like Southern railway designs and am near Salisbury/Spencer NC so drawing inspirations from that region. Hoping to have the following, ranked in priority: Widest possible oval to let a train just run. 11.25 radius fits on this table fine with good running. Small yard for switching/deliveries/pickups with runaround track Freight building (grey box) for boxcars where cars pull up next to building for loading/unloading Grain elevator or warehouse style building where railcar goes into/under building (teal dashed lines) Town in the center empty space (TBD how to orient street, diagonally with the available space?) Team track (lime green) with one or two small vehicles unloading/loading Red buildings - undecided, other small trackside buildings? Loading ramp instead of a building? Could drop the red building close to the gray rectangle building Purple - undecided, small trackside building? Or nothing here if space didn't allow Mainly I am looking for advice on whether I am trying to fit too much into this space, and if the track plan itself makes sense or if there are suggestions out there relevant to "operations" on such a plan. Also, the yellow marks are where I thought it made sense to put kato terminal unijoiners Are any of these redundant or uneccessary? Am I missing any spots I should have? Can I daisy chain the 1:3 kato power splitters together? Using a Kato power pack Thanks all for any insight and feedback!