Got all the track in place Gnow
Next job is point control and wiring. Where possible, all track connections are hidden, track feeds are soldered to the bottom of fishplates or directly under the rail of the points where insulated fishplates are being used. Same technique as used on my previous layout.
Point control will be wire-in-tube via a mechanical lever frame.
Still no idea what it's going to be, all I know is that one of the sidings from the 'Y' point will be a loading bay of some sort inside a structure of some kind, and the other will be a holding siding for the loading bay. There will be something also at the end of the headshunt. Possibly inside a building of some kind.
Some of the curves will be hidden, and the "loading/unloading" ends of the sidings will also be hidden. The layout is split into two electrical sections so the shunting can be taking place while trains are moving on the continuous run.
Don't really know what the siding on the outside of the oval is going to be, it may have an engine shed or something, but whatever it is it will have to take into account that the siding may become the link to a future extension (hence the matching siding on the RH bottom of the picture).
Hopefully, my only Gn15 loco (Wasp) will be out of the paintshop by the time I've got the wiring/point control finished (Note to self: - Where did my paint brushes go?)