Which then led to thoughts of; 'once it arrives what do I run it on?' That led to some trips over to Branchline where I started pawing though their rack of unitrack, the discount wagon for scenery and the sibling to the itasha train. A left over bit of 0.6m x 1.2m foamboard got turned into the work surface and a few trackplan revisions later I'm currently at this:
Which roughly turns into physicality below:
This was taken just before I realised that I could replace that curve in that siding with a RH #4 and get another siding and the second train is not available at Branchline I found it from a japan-based ebay seller.
I've now got a functioning layout that's got space for four two-car DMU or EMU (or any other train of similar length) and is probably also something challenging to Australianise as I don't believe that Sprinters or VLocities have N gauge models yet.
I may even do some 'proper' t-trak modules with the left over unitrack.