I'm doing some personal research into how current Cross Country and London - Newbury - Plymouth services enter and exit the new Reading station, particularly on the west side. My main data sources have been the Network Rail Track Maps on the National Electronic Sectional Appendix and the WTT. However, I'm doing this as a Railway non-professional and as such, I'm finding the data somewhat lacking. As an example, the WTT has the departure lines westwards as ML (Main Line), RL (Relief Line) and FVL. However, I can't find FVL (Fast Viaduct Line?) on the Track Map - I don't think it's the double line on the viaduct as that appears to be the Main Line. The track maps on the NESA are, in my view, as clear as mud. The WTT also doesn't detail where trains are switched between the Main and Relief Lines (e.g. at Didcot East, but NOT Didcot East Junction), which is a mistake, again in my view. I have deduced that trains from Newbury access the Up Main Line by journeying via the Reading Feeder Main line. Does anyone have a readable current track layout of Reading?