FORT WILLIAM - MALLAIG West Coast Railways and ScotRail run services from between Fort William and Mallaig. One of those services is called The Jacobite. It is a Harry Potter style Steam locomotive that operates a special service in the mornings and afternoons. It is a Class 8f Strainer and is operated by West Coast Railways. There are also ScotRail services between Fort William and Mallaig operated with Class 156's. This route is really special because it goes over the famous Glen Finnan Viaduct (Harry Potter bridge) and people from all around the world to ride on the train and on the route. I would love to see this route because it's a Scottish route and it has a mix of Steam and Diesel Locomotives. Please look at this and tell me what you think. Scenarios: Timber!- Drive a ScotRail service from Fort William to Mallaig as far as Glenfinnan due to a tree that has fallen on the line. A Snowy Service- Drive a Christmas Jacobite service from Fort William to Mallaig and then bring it to the Depot. A to B- Drive a ScotRail service from Mallaig to Fort William, then get on the Jacobite service and drive it back to Mallaig. Steam Shunted- Prepare a Jacobite for Service and Bring it in to Fort William. Freightline- Drive a Freight Service to Arisaig from Fort William. Sleepy Service- Prepare the Caledonian Sleeper for Service and Bring it into Fort William.