I would like to send a route proposal to DTG and the 3rd party route builders: part of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad's Dixie Route, running 151 route miles from Nashville, TN to Chattanooga, TN. Originally run by the Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railroad, the L&N took over the route after buying out the NC&StL in 1957. Several passenger trains served the route, including the famous Dixie Flyer and Dixie Limited. Sadly, many of the L&N's passenger trains had been discontinued prior to 1970. The L&N was bought out by the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad in 1982, and a short time later, the SCL merged with several other railroads and became the Seaboard System. The Seaboard System finally became CSX in 1986. The section of the Dixie Route from Nashville to Chattanooga still runs today under CSX's Chattanooga Subdivision. The route shall be set during the early diesel era of the L&N. The route shall include the classic EMD F7, EMD FP7, EMD SD40-2, and EMD GP38-2 as the main road power, as well as the EMD GP7 and GP9 for both road power and switching duties.