The german ice 3m train is said can do a top speed of up 305.77536 kmh now contrast that with just 70 kilometers of track.This is one time where the track length doesn't add up.This route uses a very high speed train,so with a top speed of 305.77536 kmh you should have no less then.160.9344 kilometers of track to operate on. Heres a list of all other german routes lengths for comparison.(I'll let you figure out the conversion to miles,i can't do all the work)... MSB 52 kilometers RT. 71 kilometers RSN 61 kilometers RRO 42 kilometers HRR 46 kilometers Almost all the locomotives found on routes above top out at about 201.168 kmh(But this speed only possible on some sections of track,most track is speed limited to 159.325056 kmh or normally far less. KS. 70 kilometers(New upcoming route) USA Conversion 305.77536 kmh=190 mph 70 kilometers=43.4959835 miles 160.9344 kilometers=100 miles 201.168 kmh=125 mph 159.325056 kmh=99 mph I'm very aware modeling 160.9344 kilometers of track and scenery would be time consuming but at 305.77536 kmh the ice 3m could do a 70 kilometer route in less then 30 minutes.(Plus this isn't the domino pizza express).