Whether this sounds niche or not, over head line equipment is done to an absolute basic level in TSW and has shown no signs of improvement. The way it is done for the majority of electrified routes in TSW is that it is auto placed, meaning the game will place catenary automatically. The downside to this is that it only works on lines with no complex junctions or areas. When it is used in these areas of complexity, it fails massively. Catenary is often placed far too far apart from each other in complex areas, meaning wires will quite literally go off track as the support for the wire to stay in tolerance to the track is simply not there. There is also still no terminating masts with tension weights, to terminate a section of wire. So wires in TSW will literally stop in mid air. The final issue I have is the lack of variety of overhead line equipment in TSW. Often catenary is reused from other routes, when it looks nothing like it in real life. The most recent example is the Bakerloo Line for TSW 2. The WCML goes parallel to it, and was electrified in the 1950s and 1960s. Yet DTG recycled the OLE from GWE, which visually looks and uses completely different equipment. It was first used in 2016 on the GWML. I’m not asking for 100% like for like reality, but I do think that visually there does need to be improvements as well as being more aware of what type of equipment you’re using when modelling electrified routes.