I would love to see a Ferromex route! The C30-7 would be a must for me.
Nice shot (but the moon is scientifically incorrect. It's lit up on the wrong side ;))
It's a busy day at the Horseshoe Curve as a ballast, grain, and general merchandise trains meet.
Route: Horseshoe Curve
Loco: SD70ACe, ES44AC
It's a busy day in Oroville where 4 units lead a heavy freight into the yard, a switch crew is hard at work, and a set of locos await the call to...
Snce it is an ex IC route, how about an SD70 in IC's Death Star scheme?
Congratulations Blacknred! Awesome shot!
Beautiful shot Snek! Congratulations!
I'd love to see some E-units in TS!
Nice shot and welcome! :)
(Post your next screenshot as a full image please.)
As the light fades, a NYNH&H TOFC train passes the team tracks as it nears Springfield, MA.
Route: Springfield Line:...
There already is a flashlight in game, but I think it could be brighter. Maybe it just needs new batteries.;)
I have been playing TSW since it first came out. Now, just today, I walked my first mile ( in Sand Patch Grade) according to the game. I know this...
Amtrak heritage units 145 and 822 get ready to lead an Amtrak Vacation train out of Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania.
You now how flying cars are supposed to be in the future? Well there is already flying trains with full scenery!
A heavy CSX train hugs tight to the side of the mountains through The Narrows.
Route: Sand Patch Grade
A pair of CSX AC4400CWs weave through the mountains west of Cumberland, Maryland during a mid winter snowstorm.
You have to post each screenshot separately.
I am at the point that I now wait a couple months before I buy a new DLC to see what other players think, wait for (if it ever happens) any bug...
Absolutely stunning shot Buynot! Congratulations!
Congrats on the win NorthRail1!
Sounds great! Although I slightly disagree that it is the "best class two line on the east coast." ;)
Wow, at least there seems to be no shortage of scenarios/services.
I totally agree with you! It is a fascinating railroad.
No problem, glad I could help.
I don't really know much about the railroad.
Here's a couple links that shares a lot of info about the railway as a whole....
While Brightline does operate a number of commuter trains over the route, according to Amtrak's website, both the Silver Meteor (98 & 97) and...
... and ET44AH.
Except CSX doesn't operate that line. It is currently operated by the Florida East Coast Railway.
I bought the route right after it was released a short time after I took a trip to the area. I too am disappointed it isn't on Steam anymore. :(...
This would be a great addition to TS20! I previously suggested this route for TSW as well.
A suggestion for another loco would be the SD70ACe-T4
Loco: GE U36B
Route: Feather River Canyon
I know I have a few pictures like those.
A railroad worker refuels a locomotive after a long day of work. [ATTACH] Locomotive: EMD SD40-2
Route: Portland Terminal
You should have stayed home like everyone else, so you don't catch the coronavirus! ;)
Great idea, and as Michael said, little more info will help. :)
Florida East Coast locomotive suggestions:
Another rolling stock suggestion is the new Amtrak Avelia Liberty trainsets
Many agree that the NEC route needs a remake. I've been thinking, with a remake, besides fixing the many things that are wrong with the route,...
Sorry if any of these are repeats but here goes:
- Roundhouses/Engine facilities
- Steep Grades
- Straight track
I love the idea of a route set in the 50s, but I'd like to see something we haven't seen yet. I would like to see (American) railroads like NYC,...
Congratulations! Amazing shot!
Congratulations on the win!
Loco: GE ES44AH
Route: Norfolk Southern Coal District
Loco: GE U36B
Route: Miami - West Palm Beach
Congrats IronBladder! Great Shot!
(Although I'm disappointed his other picture didn't win)
Oh wow, you're right, the building is there! Maybe a giant stepped on it and squished it! ;)
Sounds awesome! I wish I could get in one of those locomotives!
Buffalo & Pitsburgh Railroad, or CSX between Selkirk, NY and Niagara Falls, NY.
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