DTG has had great success in overcoming the serious technical challenges involved in enabling a loco to operate on different routes, for example: - Class 47 transferred from WSR to NTP - Class 101 transferred from NTP to TVL - Class 08 transferred from TVL to NTP (or vice versa?) - GP38-2 transferred from NEC to SFJ It was previously thought that this sort of thing wasn't possible, or at least desirable (you wouldn't want 25kV electric locos running on NTP, or for the Class 66 to run on "historic" routes like NTP, for example). But.... ......WSR is a timeless (and/or) present-day route. It doesn't have electricity (for trains...), but it can quite easily take all of the diesel locos that have the same track gauge. So... we could see the following locos running (or presenting) on the WSR (with their rolling stock), and joining the 09, 33, 52 and 47 GRN...: - Class 08 - Class 37 - Class 40 - Class 43 HST.... ;-) - Class 45 - Class 47 BLU - Class 66 - Class 101 There's even a connection to the mainline and a nice triangle where your rail-tour train can spawn.... (or the loco and stock could be flexibly assigned to the services, like the 33 and 52). There are plenty of sidings for static displays (if performance is an issue), etc. It would really give WSR a burst of extra life (and might get more sales too....). I'd rather there were a pair of test tracks where all rolling stock could be given a test run: https://forums.dovetailgames.com/threads/old-dalby-wegberg-wildenrath-double-test-pack.18069/ But for now, what do you think? Would you want a Deluxe (Bigger) Diesel Gala Day on WSR...? EDIT - For clarity, I am suggesting that if you own WSR, that any of the above locos and their coaching stock and/or wagons (that you also own), be allowed to run on WSR, or in the very least appear as static assets along the route.