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Barrie Go Transit Corridor

Discussion in 'Content Suggestions & Proposals' started by TorontoTransitFan, Jun 25, 2018.

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  1. TorontoTransitFan

    TorontoTransitFan New Member

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    I understand there aren't many Canadian routes, and the ones that are there, are up north and are freight. Well, I'd like to propose the Barrie Corridor (GO Transit) be made. Union - Allandale Waterfront (Barrie North) station, all stops in between, if possible. GO Transit uses the F59PH and the MP40PH-3C for this route, the MP40PH-3C can be a repainted version of the Caltrain one. The bells are the same pitch for both trains, they have the Caltrain pitch. Fleet numbers for the F59PH are 557 - 564, and the MP40PH-3C are 600 - 656.

    (GO F59PH) [​IMG] [​IMG](GO MP40PH-3C) [​IMG](GO Transit Rear Car/Cab) [​IMG] (GO transit rail car paint 1) [​IMG](GO train rail car paint 2)
     
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    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?...1F4FD82DAA28506442791F4FD82DAA28&&FORM=VRDGAR Feel free to leave out York University station, if you want, it's getting closed down anyway. Also, with the F59PH, the consists are usually 6 railcars, then the loco at the end (or you can do the loco at the front). But the MP40PH-3C consists have around 10/11 railcars, then the engine at the end, or the loco can be at the front. Also, the loco's in the picture should be painted as shown, please do not alter.
     
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