So I think a interesting area that would make a good route for Train Simulator would be the Salinas Valley, Watsonville Juction, the Coast Line and the surrounding areas set in the Southern Pacific Era. Watsonville Junction c1935 The route could be a good addition, as the area would include the Main Coast Line, as well as the Santa Cruz Branch Line and the Monterrey Branch Line. -Coast Line -The Southern Pacific Coastline was a SP mainline that ran along the Coast of California, this was the primary route of Southern Pacific's Coast Daylight. The Lark also ran this route. The route could start in Gilroy, then run south as far as King City or San Lucas, which would include the citys of Castroville, Salinas, Gonzales, and Soledad. This would be roughly about 90 miles of Mainline running for the route, though the only major passenger station on the line is in Salinas. The various industries along the line would also be included. -Santa Cruz Branch Line -This branch line ran north from Watsonville Junction, towards Davenport, with Street Running in both Watsonville, and Santa Cruz. There is a wye north of Santa Cruz's boardwalk, which runs towards Felton, which is now used by the Santa Cruz & Big Trees Railway. UP continued to run the line post 1996 past Santa Cruz until Cemex closed the plant in Davenport down. The Line is still partially used today. Southern Pacific also used to run the "Suntan Special" which ran via Watsonville (Used to run via the SP Coast Railroad) from 1940 till 1959. Monterrey Branch Line -The other branch line that could be included is the Monterrey branch line, Which ran from Monterrey, thru Marina, and connected to the Coast Line near Castroville. One passenger train was ran by SP on this line, the Del Monte, which had stops in Monterrey, Castroville, Watsonville Jtc. and Gilroy, before heading towards San Jose and up the Peninsula corridor. The Del Monte was SP's longest running named train, running from 1889 to 1971. The line also saw some freight service. Rolling Stock -GP9/GP9R's Seems to be the most common locomotive seen in the photos that I've been going thru. -SDP45,F7's,E7's,PA1/PB1 For use on the LD passenger trains SD40/SD40R Alternately the route could also be set in the steam/transition era, which would make the GS class locomotives perfect for Coast Daylights, as well as other Steam Locomotives on SP's roster.