Going to college and living in an apartment, there's not an abundance of space for trains, even N scale. BUT...I was messing around with some Tomix track, and realized one radius of track could run most 4-axle (and a few 6-axle) locomotives, and fit on the dresser in the apartment I'll be in for the next year plus. (I lived in one for a semester, moved back home for the summer, and am going back to the same complex in August.) So, half a hollow core door and some foam later, here's where we're at. The basic idea, one spur for an industry. It looks very small like this, but stick with me, it gets better! Here's where we're at now. The industry became a grain elevator, there's an abandoned siding, code line, and a road in the corner. There's a hillside to divide the scene, and I'm planning to have a bridge over a creek on the other side. A lot of work to do, but what I really should do is ballast the rest so I can get to more scenery (my favorite part.) It's also set up for DCC (because I'm too addicted to give it up!) Anyway, what do you folks think so far? My idea is an Appalachia-esque branch line, taking inspiration from the lines located around me (southeast Ohio area.) The name Lucy Creek Branch is a take on all the Hocking Valley branch line names, and named after my dog! Here's a closeup on the corner with the road.