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Class 1 Railroad Business Trains

Discussion in 'Loco Suggestions & Proposals' started by N&Wguy, May 27, 2018.

  1. N&Wguy

    N&Wguy New Member

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    Most American railroads have old style passenger cars for many reasons. They are used as traveling conferences. Railroads use them for OLS to teach about railroad safety. They are sometimes referred to as flagship trains to make the railroad look good. They are used to impress customers. Also for employee trips.
    Equipment.
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    Coaches for seating and watching the world go by.
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    Domes for a higher view BNSF has Great Northern Super dome styles. Domes come in coach, lounge, and diners.
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    Diner and concession cars.
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    Sleeper for crew and for long distance trains.
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    Business and theater cars.
    Other equipment used.​
    Power cars
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    These cars are on standard business trains each time a business train is made it will be set up different. Depending on the purpose and amount of riders. Below I will provide videos for every railroads business train. Look online for more information about exactly how many and what type of cars each railroad has. If these cars are made they could just be a marketplace addon but I would really like passenger views in the cars. Videos for each railroad.
    Union Pacific:
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    BNSF:
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    NS:
    NS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNMft8P8ozM
    CSX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uClmypwvZKo
    CSX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfLmj5obyr8
     
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