Hi, I'd really like to have a Dutch Route so here's a suggestion: Amsterdam Centraal to Arnhem Centraal via Utrecht Centraal Information The Amsterdam-Arnhem Railway Route is one of many Routes in the Nederlands and goes via Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA, Utrecht Centraal and Ede-Wageningen. There are Services like Sprinter and Intercity and also the German Intercity Express International (ICE International). Stations Amsterdam Centraal Amsterdam Centraal is the biggest Station in Amsterdam and in the North of the Netherlands. It is Served by Intercity, Sprinter, ICE and also by the Eurostar. This is where the Amsterdam-Arnhem Route starts. Everyday almost 192,000 Passengers go to the Station, making it the 2nd Busiest Station in the Netherlands after Utrecht. Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA opened in 1971 and was originally named Amsterdam Bijlmer. In 2007 the Station got the name we all know, to match its location which was next to the Amsterdam ArenA (Now known as the Johan Cruyff Arena). It got 2 major Rebuilds one of them in July 2007 and on the reopening on the 14th November 2007. The Station is served by Sprinter, Intercity and the Amsterdam Metro, which are provided by the GVB. Breukelen Breukelen is one of the Stations that are only served by Sprinter Services, it is also the Northern End of the Harmelen-Breukelen Railway. In 2002 a newer Station of Breukelen got opened (shown on the picture). It is nearer the A2 Motorway and also further away from the Town. Utrecht Centraal Utrecht Centraal is the most important Station in the Netherlands, since its in the Central of the Country, it is also the most used Station in the country. The Station is served by Intercity, Sprinter and the ICE International. Between 2011 and 2016 the Station underwent a major reconstruction as one of the NSP. Ede-Wageningen Ede-Wageningen is a Station located between Utrecht and Arnhem and is served by Intercity, Sprinter and also the Valleilijn. It was opened in 1845 and was named Ede-Rhijnspoor before. There were Plans for Services to go via Wageningen which did not work. There was a Tram Services going to Wageningen but got replaced by a Bus Services which gave the new Name of the Station we all know. Arnhem Centraal Arnhem Centraal is the 2nd Terminus of this Route and is Served by the ICE International, Intercity, Sprinter and also Abellio Rail NRW, Breng and Arriva. The Station got opened in 1845 and got reopened in 2015 after getting a brand new Upgrade. Trains Its now time for the Trains that fit for this Route The SGM The Class 2100/2900 also known as the SGM is one of the 4 Trains that are part of the Sprinter Services. There are 3 Generations of the SGM, with the SGMm being the newest and current Generation of these Trains. The SGMm operates on the Uitgeest – Rotterdam service between Amsterdam Centraal and Breukelen and on the Ede-Wageningen – Arnhem service between Ede-Wageningen and Arnhem. The SLT The Sprinter Light Train also known as the SLT is a Train that is designed to replace the Mat '64 and the DD-AR Trains. The Design is based off the DB BR 425 (which is in the HRR DLC). From 2018 onwards, the SLT's got a Modernisation including Toilets in all of the SLT's and special Sliding Steps for Wheelchair Users. This is planned to be completeted in 2021. The SLT operates on the Uitgeest – Rotterdam service between Amsterdam Centraal and Breukelen. The VIRM The Verlengd InterRegio Materieel also known as the VIRM is a Double-deck elctric multiple unit (EMU). The VIRM has 5 Diffrent Generations, 3 of these are currently in Service. In 2015 the VIRM-1 are currently being refurbished and fitted with new interiors, being similar to the DDZ. The VIRM operates on Alkmaar – Heerlen service between Amsterdam Centraal and Utrecht Centraal, Den Helder – Nijmegen service between Amsterdam Centraal and Arnhem, Schiphol Airport – Eindhoven service between Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA and Utrecht Centraal and on the Schiphol Airport – Nijmegen service between Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA and Arnhem. The ICE 3M Now the ICE 3M is already in TSW 2 for the SKA but hey its worth being on this Route. The DB BR 406 is one of the 3 ICE 3 Models that exist. The M stands for multisystem, meaning that it has more features than the ICE 3 and the New ICE 3. The ICE 3M is used for the Amsterdam – Frankfurt service on the whole line. It would also be great to have the ICE Europe Livery or the NS ICE And that's it. You can comment to the post if you have ideas for trains or small extensions for this route.