Layout design challenge for a micro layout

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malletman

Alcohaulic
While I can rehab old brass locomotives and build kits to my heart's content. Designing a track plan/scenery plan is something I struggle with. Layout space is 55" by 33" with a tight radius loop of track. Either Atlas Snap or Kato Unitrack in HO scale. Motive power is a lone ex SP Alco RSD12 low nose. Only building I have so far is a weather beaten Pikestuff single stall. Local is upper Indiana area, so farm/ag products and grain would be the primary commodities. I can, in my eyes squeeze in either 2 industries and the engine house or 1 and the engine house. I have tested the Alco RSD12 on the required curves, no problems by itself or pulling a common modern grain hopper. So those of you with the art skills, give me an idea what to build in my little space please. Mikie
 




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