I had a short siding that was used by the local for dropping a few cars and picking them back up on the return trip. At the time, I didn't realize that the north turnout was out of reach of the south turnout. An operator had to walk all the way around the peninsula to throw the north switch and walk back to throw the south. I ordered in a curved turnout so that I could move the whole siding south.
The new south turnout.
The middle of the siding. Where the curve ends on the left of the picture is where the south turnout used to be.
The old north turnout was of the left edge of the picture.
I added some base scenery and ballasted a bit more of the branch.