It's been a few months and I wanted to make a refresh from Part 1. So this will be part 2 of my previous thread for; if Freight's gonna happen or not on this route. And the answer is yes, but not fully operable. To make a short summary of what this speculation would include for the Providence Line (or NEC2/NEC Boston, take your pick), if possible: +Freight on the line is operated by CSX +Has a yard at Readville (along with MBTA's Maintenance and Layover/Storage there) -4 local services from the yard (with at least 1 or 2 operates on this line) +As an added bonus would use the stocks from Sandpatch Grade as a layer, mostly Boxes, Covered Hoppers, Tankers (the common types) +And lastly a GP38-2 as the only loco to run on it, for now (as the GP40-2, which actually operates the line, is not in TSW2 at this point in time, and the line only operates 4-axle units). As for the answer, the good news is; that there will be freight layered in from CSX's Sandpatch Grade (with both coal & covered hoppers, tankers, boxes, and a GP38). But the bad news is; the stocks will be used as static displays around sidings and yards (you can play with them in yards, but not operate them on the main). And the only reason for the bad news is that; there's no cab signaling (ATC/ACSES) for the GP38 or GP40 (disappointed but makes sense, unfortunately).