Best type of building for layout design/build
I have a basic question on a building for construction of a layout. It is a very basic and maybe simple question. If a person was building an approximately 3000 SF building for a layout, is it better to have a building that is say 150 feet long and 20 feet wide or a building that is 75 feet long and 40 feet wide. It would seem the only reason to have benchwork curving all over in a building is because the building is not long enough to have a long run. It would seem to make sense to have as long a straight run as possible for operations, scenery, etc.
Longer seems better to me. Since I am constructing a building, and land space for the building is not an issue, looking to build what may be the most enjoyable as far as operating in the future.
Thanks for any suggestions or comments.
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