So with Railfest and a little bit more info on Cane Creek, I feel like I can put up a prediction and speculation thread for the upcoming route. 1. The route wont feature any of the mainline Kind of a disappointing point, but with the text above stating the route will only run from Brendel to Potash, it pretty much means that the only part of the mainline that will be feature is where the Cane Creek Branchline splits from the mainline at Brendel (Cresent Junction). 2. The route will only feature a total of at least 2 services So one thing about Cane Creek, is that the Potash local only runs once a week, meaning at most it only makes 1 run a day on the line, outside of that, the Uranium Tailing trains run only 2 trains a week, but a recent article Ive read says in 2019 they doubled the shipment to 4 times a week. So at most there will be 2 services split into multiple parts along the line (IE the Potash Local 1st part runs from Brendel to Potash, Part 2 involves switching cars, Part 3 covers the run back.) https://www.energy.gov/em/articles/moab-umtra-project-doubles-weekly-train-shipments 3. The route will be one of the most scenic routes in TSW2 Based on the few preview screenshots we've seen, this is gonna be one of the more beautiful looking routes in the game, Skyhook has really knocked it out of the park with what we've seen so far. 4. The SD40-2 will be only assigned to the Potach Local, while the AC4400CW will be primarily assigned to the Dirt Train. Based on what I can see based on the real life services, the SD40-2s will only be limited to the Potash Local, as the Tailing trains only run with the newer road power. Meanwhile the AC4400CW will be available for both services, as they can been seen on either service. 5. Both locomotives will come with 1 paints scheme. Based on other routes (Like Clinchfield) both locos will feature 1 paint scheme, the AC4400CW will most likely get the Building America Scheme, while the SD40-2 will most likely get the Lighting Bolt scheme, with the UP shield on the nose. Curious to see what Skyhook has in store as this route gets closer to release.