I heard they were doing these a few months ago but I also can't wait.
The ore docks are a must for this route. The docks in two harbors is next to the classification yard. the docks in duluth, I think would be fun to...
Don't forget the occasional Bessemer and Lake Erie locomotives.
The whole D&RGW was narrow guauge until most of it became standard.
Do the entire narrow D&RGW narrow guage. why choose certain parts?
we need more midwestern routes. so a hell yes for me.
Little joe's, boxcabs, and steeple cabs for electrics. Sd40-2s and sd45s for Diesel s.
I would like to point out that the ore is not loaded into barges but into big boats.
I agree, these cars would be nice to have especially the rpo. The rpo would be nice to for some mail trains.
I barely railfanned the KCS in the ozarks and boy was it a treat to hear these GE's hauling a mile long freight in notch 8.
I would like to see the CNW in the upper peninsula hauling iron ore with the big alcos. The era set in the 1960's.
how about ST
st. paul pass is also breathtaking.
ok here me out. Recently we got a US route with little CTC railroading. Then I want to see an all alco railroad known as the Green Bay and...
this railroad is going to be hard for licenseing. BNSF and all.
The milwaukee road became part of the soo line in 1985. I have no issues doing the soo line because of the bandits.
i say do it. Milwaukee road had an encredible amount of traffic from both freight and passenger traffic. I would like to add the racine branch...
Any streamliner would be great. Ever thinking about the Boston and Maine copycat.
I would rather see these things pull on the Harrisburg line. But the NEC would work as well.
Wish we had more B&O routes.
The gp7 and f7 do not have the same sounds as years prior. The ctrl-tab for the sd40 does not work at all. Overall I love the route and it...
Amtrak had a hodgepodge of heritage equipment. Do the cars with the previous owners colors from the early Amtrak days in the early 1970's
The Frisco would be do to the BNSF licensing.
I would rather see the northern division. The original WSOR tracks
Great proposal, but only do the Olympian Hiawatha and the columbian. The Twin cities Hiawatha did not go out to Tacoma.
Ok yes, we already have the Miami to West Palm beach, but we don't have the port of Miami that the FEC has access to. Plus who doesn't love the...
More New Haven locomotives would be nice.
Except for the bay windows, they went to the UP.
Most of the lines eventually ended up on the UP. Rolling stock, cabooses and locomotives were divided amongst other railroads.
Rock Island was never bought out by other railroads. It just quit on its own. Licensing would not be an issue.
The Soo Line would be great addition as well
We need more Midwestern routes just like the Rock Island.
The Wisconsin Central Limited would be a nice addition. If you guys want Iowa Interstate, I want the WCL. SD45's is a must for this railroad.
The Wisconsin and Southern sounds good, I would like to see see the northern division. SD40-2, MP15AC's and GP38-2's, easy enough right?
We don't have any rolling stock for Canadian National or Canadian Pacific.
Duluth Missabe and Iron Range in present day.
Oh well, they worked well in Nebraska.
What about smaller praire locomotives like the 9000 series?
Can't wait to drive the big boy up Weber and Echo canyon.
This route would also work well with Wisconsin Central SD45's.
A lot of interesting equipment was present showed up ranging from the 50's to the 70's.
I would like to see a Soo Line Railroad second sub between Fond Du Lac and Stevens Point. Route would take place in the 70's because then their...
Might as well ask for the Green Bay and Western, an all alco railroad.
Need the coal hoppers for the secondary lines and for the Beer Line.
These locomotives detoured over the Soo Line time to time.
Wish it was the famous SD45 dominant Wisconsin Central LTD.
The DM&IR is a brilliant proposal since we already have the Bessemer and Lake Erie.
I say TS needs a Milwaukee Road route with the correct colors for the locomotives. The orange in Trainz is way off than the actual paint scheme....
Long live the exhaust spewing Alco's
I railfan Canadian National's Waukesha Sub in southern Wisconsin.
A Milwaukee Road route from Chicago to Milwaukee with additional switching on the Beer Line. Route based in 1950's and 1960's so there can be FM...
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