Hello, My name is Pawel and I am a Polish guy who started his first Z-gauge layout in January 2015. I hope to get some feedback as well as some information concerning Z modelling. Polish Z gauge community is very small one (we have 70 members registered on our forum and most of them are still in the "planning the layout stage"). Z scale stock is not very popular but we do have an Internet and Germany - the birthplace of Z scale is our neigbouring country. I also hope to improve my English as a side effect of forum activity. My story with Z scale started 10 years ago with some purchase of Marklin starting kit and some buildings by Kibri and Faller. Some buildings had been assambled and ... nothing happened until last Christmans... Thinking about my first ever layout I decided to have something portable, preferably based on modules, not extremally realistic in terms of operation which is a current trend in Poland's greater scales (mainly HO) with long lines of modules operated on principle of point to point train movement. Some Internet search, some considerations and I decided to plan something based on Z Bend concept. The first "end" module is representing a small branch line with train stop with lumber loading facility connecting two main double lines (in fact this is the same line of course - but I will try to make some ilusionary differences between them). There will be a village and the loop will go in the excavation (?)/cutting (?). The general planning of the module have been done using SCARM. The module will be done using standard Marklin tracks. You can find the plan below: And some 3D image: The second "end" module is intended to be "mountain area" with some tunnels.