The Pennsylvania Railroad's Sandusky Line is a 111.4 mile route that runs from Sandusky,Ohio south to Columbus. The line was mainly a freight line, with the PRR's large 2-10-4 Texas type locomotives heading up many of the trains on the line, as well as a variety of 2-8-2, and 2-8-0 freight locomotives plus the occasional K4. At one point during the tail end of the steam era, the PRR leased several Texas types from the Santa Fe as motive power as a result of a shortage of motive power. Along the way the line crosses over the C&O, B&O, NYC, and even shares trackage rights with the NKP at Sandusky (I may be wrong on that last bit). In later years, after the end of steam, the Baldwin Sharknoses, GP9's, F Units, and various other diesels would head up trains on the Sandusky line. I think this route would be a nice addition to Train Simulator as it could make for a nice change of pace from all the branch lines, mountain passes, and passenger routes and let's the player open their locomotive up with some high speed freight runs on relatively flat land. What are your guys' thoughts? Is this a good idea or does it sound too boring?