This Canadian National ex IC line extends from Champaign, IL south to Centralia, IL. The line can see traffic such as intermodal, manifest, grain, coal, locals, and more. Plus, Amtrak's City of New Orleans, Illini, and Saluki passenger trains operate on this line as well. Effingham, IL is a well known city on this line and contains an additional small yard for Canadian National along with a CSX/CN diamond and an Amtrak station, which is perfect for railfanning. There are Amtrak stations along the line in Centralia, Effingham, Mattoon, and Champaign, IL. Locomotive Ideas: CN C44-9W CN GP38-2W CN ET44AC CN SD70 Spartan Cab Amtrak P42DC Rolling Stock Ideas: For the most part with rolling stock, it is a possibility for it to be reused from the CN Oakville Subdivision route, with the addition of some well cars for intermodal and also coal hoppers. However, for the passenger rolling stock, the Amfleet cars can be reused from NEC but some Amtrak Horizon and Superliner equipment (for the City of New Orleans train) would be a good addition too. There are many details about this subdivision that make it unique, and it is a great route for fast freight and passenger services with speeds for freight up to 60mph and 79mph for passenger. Various industries along the line can be served as well, including places to transfer between railroads. In the future, more locomotives can be made as DLC. This is a route that I feel should be considered when it is time for the next North American route.