So with Cane Creek currently in production by Skyhook games, I thought I'd offer up some ideas for the paint schemes for the 2 units coming with it, the rolling stock that should come with it, as well as some DLC ideas. Liveries -AC4400CW Building America Scheme So the 1st scheme that should be included in the route would be UP's Building America scheme, which it started using in 2002, and has been the main scheme ever since, identified by the Large USA Flag on the side, the lightning bolt scheme, and the UP Wings logo on the nose. UP Lettering An alternate scheme that can come with Cane Creek is the Lettering scheme that came around I believe in the 1990's. Now there are 2 variations on this scheme, 1 come in the more basic Armor Yellow and harbor mist grey, and the UP Shield logo on the nose, another version comes with the newer lighting bolt scheme with the wing logos. Either one would be great to come with Cane Creek. -SD40-2 Standard Scheme For the SD40-2, the basic scheme that was seen thru the 90's would be the primary scheme for the locos, with a simple scheme, lettering, and the UP shield on the nose. SD40N Scheme The alternate scheme that can be used is the SD40N rebuild schemes, which are similar to the AC44's schemes, with the lightning bolt scheme and a small wing logo on the nose, as well as the Building America text on the end of the long hood. -Rolling Stock Based on what I'm seeing on the local trains, there is only about 2 types of railcars that are seen on the line. 3 Bay Covered Hopper (Gravity Outlets) One of the main cars on the local seem to be 3 bay covered hoppers, with gravity style outlets, these can be either the older style or newer style cars. (Both would be preferred). I've also seen some cylindrical hoppers as well. Tank Car (Unknown) Another thing I noticed, are these tank cars, however, I am unfamiliar with what load they carry, or the type of fitting mounted to the top of the cars, but I'm gonna assume it is not hazardous due to the lack of placards on the cars. Radioactive Tailings Equipment So, in hope to add more activity to the line, I think the radioactive tailing container trains that run from Moab to Crescent Junction should also come with Cane Creek as well, in order to have more activity on the line than just the once a week local. From what I'm seeing, these trains run with specialty built Spine Cars different that what is used in Intermodal Service. These trains also run with a buffer car at each end, these seem to be either old coal hoppers or a simple low gondola. DLC Ideas EMD SD40T-2 After the Union Pacific acquired the Southern Pacific Railroad, they ended up owning all of the SD40T-2 that were produced, alot of the old Rio Grande Tunnel Motors still were running in service in and around Utah, including Cane Creek. If these came, they could come in UP paint and Rio Grande Paint (As some unpatched models still ran on the line into the mid 2000's) EMD SD70M UP was the largest purchaser of SD70M's, with them ordering almost 1500 units, as well as acquiring the SD70M's formerly owned by the Southern Pacific. UP rosters 3 variations of the SD70M, the earlier version with flat radiators, and the newer versions with flared radiators, with either 2 large radiator panels, or the later version with 4 square radiator panels. Any one of these 3 variations could make a good addon for Cane Creek. Paint Schemes would be similar to the AC44's. EMD SD70ACe The successor to the SD70M, the SD70ACe could also be added as a DLC for the route, the locomotive was produced starting in 2004. The UP rosters over 500 original SD70ACes, as well as 250+ SD70AHs, heavier variations of the SD70ACe that weigh 8,000lbs more, and were made between 2014 and 2016. The Denver& Rio Grande Western Heritage unit could also come as DLC, as the line is former DRGW trackage. Obviously some ideas can change as we learn more of the route as it moves farther up the roadmap.