Train Simulator currently has two China route which are the South West China High Speed Network and the Western Sichuan Pass Route, so how about getting one in the South Eastern China? The Kowloon-Canton Railway connects Hong Kong (Kowloon) and Guangzhou (Canton) are divided into two sections, the British section (Hong Kong to Shenzhen) and the Chinese section (Shenzhen to Guangzhou) with a total distance of around 190 km. The Chinese section has over 100 trains per day every direction between Guangzhou and Shenzhen, with stations at Guangzhou(only some stops here), Guangzhou East (Guangzhoudong), Dongguan, Changping, Zhangmutou, Pinghu (only some stops here), Shenzhen East and terminate at Shenzhen. On the other hand the English section is rather behave like a metro line, currently known as East Rail Line under the operation of MTR Corporation, with trains up to every 2 - 3 minutes, all trains call at Hung Hom, Mong Kok East, Kowloon Tong, Tai Wai, Sha Tin, Fo Tan or Racecourse (Horse Racing day only), University, Tai Po Market, Tai Wo, Fanling, Sheung Shui and terminate at Lo Wu .With a branch line diverge from Sheung Shui to Lok Ma Chau. Since there are border control between Lo Wu and Shenzhen, there are two options for passengers that hope to travel between Hong Kong and China: either get off at Lo Wu and get on at Shenzhen station, or get on a intercity through train. The intercity through train runs jointly by MTR and Guangzhou Railway group, currently have 12 trains in each direction everyday. The whole journey takes around 1 hour and 40 minutes, starting at Hung Hom, then 10 of the 12 pairs will call at Changping and finally Guangzhou East (Guangzhoudong). Rolling stock includes: China Railways CRH1: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Railways_CRH1 (Chinses section only) China Railways CRH6: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Railways_CRH6 (Chinese section only) China Railways SS8 loco with 25T carriage : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Railways_SS8 (Intercity through trains only) Lok 2000 + Kinki Sharyo double decker coach (whole train set also known as KTT): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MTR_KTT (Intercity through trains only) MTR Metro Cammell EMU (AC) : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MTR_Metro_Cammell_EMU_(AC) (English section only) MTR SP 1900 EMU: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SP1900_EMU (English section only) The MTR EMUs are all under ATO using TBL signaling while the intercity through trains use AWS and 4 aspect light signaling just like UK does. Hope this can be added as a add-on for train simulator in the future. Please feel free to leave any comments below.