It would be great to see Blackpool to Manchester in TSW. It can include Manchester Airport also. Modern day with electrification would be great, but then so would this route in the heydays of the 70s and 80s. The difference would be that that in the 80s, most Manchester bound trains from Blackpool would have been to Manchester Victoria, as compared to now, where they go via Manchester Piccadilly. I'm sure many UK players over 40 will remember the class 40s, and this route was a regular stomping ground for the whistlers until the early to mid 80s. A modern version could include the usual termination of Manchester Airport, to give some fairly lengthy scenarios. Of possible interest for a historic version of this route would be the inclusion of the branch line to Fleetwood (and Poulton curve), which closed to passenger traffic in 1970, but remained open to freight until 1999, so an 80s based scenario on this line could also include freight traffic to ICI in Fleetwood. As one of the oldest lines in UK history, and of great historical importance in the 1840s as the most northern railway in the united kingdom, it would be fun to see. Opinions?