As many will know, I'm about to start in 0 gauge after a few years and a reasonably sized 00 gauge layout in my loft. The 'new' 0 gauge layout will be in the rearmost part of my 32ft x 14ft 6in garage, "U" shaped with likely a single track across the rear, linking the two 'legs' of the "U". I'm not very conversant with track planning software and I use a Mac anyway, so most won't run on it (and I'm somewhat thick when it comes to using it!) so having looked around, I came across "FreeTrackPlans.com" and found a plan which might well suit my intentions, albeit with a bit of 'adjustment' to suit. My intention is to build it as a 'Heritage' railway, mainly so that I can run whatever eclectic mix of loco's I choose (invoking 'Rule 1' here I guess!), probably modelled on a 'post-Beeching' ex-Southern now disconnected through line, one 'leg' is about 6.5M long by 600mm wide, opposite 'leg' is 2.4M long by 600mm wide joined across the back of the garage by a250mm wide section. This is the plan I'm considering, actually modelled on Buxton which is not too far from my home, the lower drawing is the most likely option.