It's a very interesting yard. Seemingly bits and pieces all over and sub-yards stuck on wherever they felt like it. And an 8 track main(!!!). HJ complains when I put in a 4 track? Hmm.
Anyway, seeing it makes me feel really good about my efforts on the plans. I have most of the features of the real thing, except those two HUGE fuel tanks. I think I prefer to split up the fuel supply into several tanks- makes them easier to fit into the space and will make replacement easier if one of them should fail. You will note a feature that is seldom if ever modeled: the containment dike. The EPA and OSHA mandate that there be a containment dike around every tank capable of holding in the contents of a full tank plus a heavy rain storm. One thing that strikes me is how small the yard is. Yes, small. There are the remains of a truly BIG yard southeast of Albany, NY. It was about 3 times the size of Bailey. Even the current NYC Selden yard southwest of Albany is a pretty large item. Bailey boasts of 300 tracks, but I submit that it really doesn't look like it. Not to say that it isn't a busy place. It's obvious that it handles a lot of freight.
As I said, In my latest plan I've managed to capture the flavor of Bailey, I think. Mine is only about 2 scale miles long or a little more, but it has the same yard trees. I've left in the "old steam-era turntables", since I think that they're still useful things in the diesel age. This being a freelanced railroad, I feel free to keep things around that have since surrendered to the accountants' red ink. As big as the yard is today, you can see places where tracks have been torn up.
My last comment is- wow, they sure have lots of coal unit-trains in the yard! Wonder why they aren't in service?