Hello, I would really like to see at least one Cornwall DLC, modern would be best like 2015 or later. The 2000s would also be interesting but I prefer it to be made in >2015. I would like to start at Penzance because it has got a small but also fancy depot and it’s a nice place to start when seeing the seaside and St. Michaels Mount, so I suggest beginning from Penzance and then heading towards Truro. With the St. Ives and the Falmouth branch lines included. That would be a total of about 42 miles so should not be a problem and quite doable. But I have absolutely no problem when going beyond or when splitting Cornwall in a few DLCs. Or I am also pleased when getting any part of Cornwall. I have listed all existing lines in Cornwall giving you an overview of the area, if there are other suggestions considering Cornwall. Maps are attached Starting with the local branch lines with Classes 150, 153 to the commuter Plymouth Service with 150 or 158 and Exeter Services with usually Class 158 operating, and to Bristol and Cardiff with sprinters or the new castle class. Not to forget the services to London Paddington with Class 43 or 802. Also, the shunting work in Plymouth and Penzance should be made as well. And lastly a few cargo services with mostly class 66. And Cross Country is operating here too with Classes 220, 221 to far away destinations like Edinburgh or Birmingham. But all Trains cannot be made of course – so if I would choose from these Locos then I would pick the already existing 08, 43, 66 if it's not too much work upgrding those from TSW with the 150 the backbone of Cornwall for many years and of course the 158 and maybe the Class 57 as an extra Loco DLC. And it is also worth mentioning that the branch lines wait for their service when the 43 or the 802 is delayed – happens nearly all days – then I would make it in one or more Scenarios to bring some realism in. Why is Cornwall a fantastic area for TSW? Because of the beautiful scenery (seaside, tunnels, bridges, stations, landscape, sights) of Cornwall combined with the Graphics of TSW would surely make it stunning. Also, there are quite a few versatile services from Cornwall. I hope this sounds interesting for a possible future DLC. Cornwall a must have for everyone! The Lines Cornish Main Line > 79 miles St Ives Bay Line> 4 miles Maritime Line > 12 miles Atlantic Coast Line > 21 miles Looe Valley Line > 9 miles Tamar Valley Line > 15 miles Various Cargo Branches > ~12 miles The Services Red old – when Route is based on 2015 like GWE Blue new – when Route is based on 2019/2020 Cross Country Newquay/Penzance – Plymouth – beyond > 43/220/221 GWR Newquay – London Paddington > 43/802 Penzance – London Paddington > 43/57/802 Penzance – Plymouth/Newton Abbot > 143/150/153/158/255 Penzance – Exeter > 143/150/153/158/255 Penzance – Bristol/Cardiff > 150/153/158/255 (Penzance)/St. Earth – St. Ives > 150/153 (Penzance)/Truro – Falmouth > 150/153 Par – Newquay > 150/153 Liskeard – Looe > 150/153 Plymouth – Gunnislake > 150/153 Penzance TMD/Laira T&RSMD > 08 Colas Rail/DB Cargo > 37/66/67/70 The Trains Running: Local, Medium, High-Speed, Cargo and Shunting Services Claas 08 - Doing some shunting at Penzance TMD Claas 43/Claas 255 Castle - At Marazion Claas 57 - Having a break Class 143 - The good old Pacer Class 150 - Looking good Class 153 - Entering Truro Class 158 - At Penzance waiting for Service Class 220/221 - À la Cross Country Class 802 - The new generation Class 66 - On Fowey Branch I have also found some videos for those who've got interested. The first video shows the route from Penzance to St. Earth and the St Ives Branch line, the other one features the Atlantic Coast line and the last one is showing an overview of the Maritime Line. Enjoy.