The first picture link is of two NS 6-axle high horsepower road switchers leading an intermodal/TOFC train.
It took me 4-5 years to see all the units I've seen. I have also seen two Warbonnets and one BNSF SD70MAC in the Dark Green and Cream scheme. And...
A pair of helpers assisting a loaded coal drag down the grade pass by a string of empties waiting on the siding for a relief crew, outside the...
A Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train slows for a stop at the rural mountain town of Gallitzin.
Loco: EMD F7
Route: Horseshoe Curve
Amazing shot! Where on the route was this taken?
When I first saw the picture of 7010 after it was posted, I was absolutely blown away!
I have seen (in order), 8101 Central of Georgia; 8102...
This route would make an amazing addition to TS20!
Wow! What a shot The Train Sim Guy!
This is a great idea! Can't wait to see it if DTG decides to give this route the green-light.
Awesome shot Sherman!
Nice shot Digital Draftsman!
DTG really cleaned the place up and increased the population!
I would love to see these units added to TS20 along with three heritage units.
This is probably because of the Santa Fe F7's included in the route. BNSF doesn't allow DTG to use their logo outside the US. Same reason the...
An empty coal train led by two ES44AC's weaves through the narrow valleys along the Norfolk Southern Coal District.
Two helper sets pass by each other, one in full throttle, the other in full dynamic, complementing the scenic view.
Great suggestion, maybe some scenarios on Cajon Pass for the ATSF, Donnor for the SP, and HSC for the PRR/NYC.
Congrats Meeper5, another awesome screenshot!
I totally agree. And add the three heritage units to the group.
Finger Lakes Railway.
Shortline railroad that extends between Syracuse, NY and Canandaigua, NY, originally owned by the NYC railroad. There are...
Besides just steam locomotives, I'd like to see some throwback routes, from the 1970s, '60, or earlier.
Very true! Although I tend to stop way short because I see the distance begin to count down really fast, and my first reaction is to apply the...
I visit a railyard frequently, and there are almost always 4 people on the switch crew, one to control the train remotely, one to uncouple/couple...
In TS20, there are weathered variations of some units.
I agree. The bubbles of upcoming stops, speed limits, and signals are a little annoying to me as they can get in the way and are sometimes...
All the locomotives are so new looking. Would be nice to have some weathered locomotives.
Mine was red.
I once had a Lego train set that mimicked these units.
Loco: GE ES44AC (Union Pacific)
Route: Norfolk Southern Coal District
Loco: EMD F7 (PRR), Norfolk Southern ES44AC Heritage (PRR)
Route: Horseshoe Curve
Great shot Meeper5!
DTG should get more creative with their loco use, instead of using the same ones over and over.
An empty Monongahela coaltrain waits in the siding at the red signal as a loaded train passes.
Route: Norfolk Southern Coal District...
A NYNH&H TOFC train continues its journey at track speed after knocking down a signal in the dying light of the evening.
Great job Blacknred81. Awesome shot!
Yes, 2-8-0 #18, 44-tonner #111, and 65-tonner #112 are still operating. I believe that #18 is occasionally used on some of their freight trains.
I just corrected it, I meant ES44AC.
Here is a sneak peek at 5 of the new CP units...
I bet they are released this upcoming Monday on Veterans Day (United States)/Remembrance...
DTG has CP ES44AC's in the Canadian Mountain Passes route add-on.
How about the 5-unit wellcars?
This sounds like an awsome route. I would love to see it.
This railroad is about a 45 minute drive from my house and when I was young, we took an excursion train to Curriers and back. Occasionally they...
That would be great. I wish they had done that in CSX Heavy Haul.
Cue the Jeopardy theme...
With a triple track high speed mainline and the 8-mile long Bailey Yard, I think this would make a great addition to TSW. Possible locomotives...
This would be an awesome addition to TSW!
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