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I appreciate some feedback on what you would do!

I am not a fan of this super minimalist approach, or of layouts which are all track with the scenery as an afterthought. I'd start by making it as big as i could allowing for handling, erection , storage etc and then i'd flick through railway books till I found an interesting scenario which i could represent in the area i had bearing in mind the space i would need for the essential scenic components of what I was representing. I would think it was great idea in a minimum space layout to be able to run different eras to prolong interest in the project. Some buildings which could be exchanged for earlier or later types might help. If you enjoy operation I'd go for something with some sidings to shunt whether its a goods yard, industry, PWD or exchange sidings. I hope you have lots of enjoyment with it anyway ! I also might regard a really small layout as disposable in that it might only hold interest for a certain period and might then be sold or passed on.
Andrew
 
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