(Image Link https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...tol_Corridor_train_at_Rodeo,_January_2010.jpg ) The Route and What's IncludedThe Capitol Corridor runs from San Jose to Auburn CA serving such cities as Oakland, Emeryville, Martinez, Suisun-Fairfield, Davis and Sacramento. The TSW route would include Amtrak's Capitol Corridor from San Jose to Sacramento as well as portions of various other subdivisions from both UP and BNSF as well as their various yards. These include the massive Roseville Yard east of Sacramento, Desert Yard in West Oakland, Newark Yard and BNSF's Richmond Terminal and the Port of Richmond. The route should also include the former Western Pacific trackage from Niles Jct. east to Pleasanton, the Mococo line to Antioch, the Napa Branch from Suisun Fairfield to Napa Jct. and the Northwestern Pacific Railroad and Sonoma Marin Area Rapid Transit, SMART from Napa Jct. south to Larkspur Landing from Ignacio and north to Cloverdale. BNSF's line east should also be represented from Richmond to Pinole. Also included are the Niles Canyon Railroad that runs from Niles to Sunol, this runs historic equipment including steam locomotives. Locomotives and Rolling StockThe primary locomotive and rolling stock for the route is the Amtrak EMD F59PHi and bi-level coach stock, which includes cab-car. Though these locomotives are in the process of being replaced with new Tier 4 units more information is known about the F59 and is a more well known engine all together. Also for passenger stock should include the Amtrak P42DC, viewliner baggage car and Superliner stock to represent the two long distance trains that travel over the route with the addition of the Pacific Parlour Car for the Coast Starlight as well as SMART's Nippon Sharyo DMU's. For freight, Union Pacific locomotives should include the GE ES44AC, EMD SD70M for mainline power, and the EMD GP38-2 for yard and local duties. BNSF should include an ES44AC and Genset locomotive for yard duties. As for licensing, release the BNSF locomotives labeled inside the US and release a generic orange version for outside. Freight rolling stock should consist of a well car, autorack, boxcar, tank car, covered hopper, coal hopper, low gondola, centerbeam flatcar, and a beat up old caboose for switching duties. For other power, include an EMD GP9 for the NWP as well as a historic one painted in SP's Black Widow scheme for the Niles Canyon Railway along with an SP EMD NW2 switcher painted in the Tiger Stripe livery also for the NCRY. Historic passenger equipment including open air cars should be included for the NCRY along with a historic steam locomotive either Clover Valley #4 or Quincy #6. In ConclusionI believe this route would be a good fit for TSW because it has a good balance of both passenger and freight operations as well as a good variety of either. You can run Amtrak Capitol Corridor or San Joaquin trains or the California Zephyr and Coast Starlight or a BNSF or UP mainline freight or a local or yard switch job. Not to mention the scenery is fantastic. You transition from the urban areas of the East Bay until you follow the shore of San Pablo Bay and eventually transition to Marshland and to Farmland before passing through the San Joaquin flood plane and arriving at Sacramento and on to Roseville. I would be willing to argue that Amtrak's Capitol Corridor be a good fit for Train Sim World.