Curving the mainline toward the coal mine accidentally created a great scenic opportunity, that I hadn't seen until I looked at the picture. The curve was initially created to breakup what would have been a very long straigh mainline at the front of this entire peninsula.
Yellow is for roads.
The Orange lines indicate a station and freight house, with a siding/team track in black. This is all at the same level as the mainline.
This provides an eastbound switching location, which is the only switching for the front mainline on this peninsula. There is a westbound siding at the coal mine and an eastbound siding at the power plant, on the rear mainline on this peninsula. It also provides a scenic reason for the curve, and saves a nice scene of a lake on the backdrop.