Designing PCBs with regular structures using free tools turned out to be surprisingly tedious. In the end I used the free version of Eagle due to it's block feature which allowed replicating of circuit and layout units. The other options I looked at were EasyEDA and KiCad.
Unfortunately, the free version of Eagle is limited to a single sheet, so I ended up transferring my nice hierachical LTspice implementation into a single paged mess of a schematic. The image above shows a one bit slice.
Curiously enough, none of the many LEDs in the LTL gates represented the actual state of the address output pins. Therefore I introduced two additional indicator LEDs.
The final PCB layout is shown above. I managed to fit a four bit wide slice of the adress path into one 8,5x7cm² PCB.