Located in Ft. Hood, Texas, the Ft. Hood Military Base is the largest and busiest military base in the United States. It has served the U.S. Army since 1942. Every week, it sees military trains going to and from the base. They carry anything from bomb containers to Humvees to the big and intimidating M1 Abrams tanks! Many of the military trains, which are hauled by BNSF, go to Temple, Texas, and continue towards Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, and many other places. Some may even go to New Orleans, LA into the Southeast. Additionally, one of the lines through Temple sees Amtrak's Texas Eagle, which runs daily from Chicago to San Antonio, but tri-weekly from Chicago to Los Angeles. Here is some history of the Ft. Hood Military Base: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Hood The military base has four locomotives for switching operations: EMD GP40's USAX #4652 & #4655, EMD GP9 USAX #1400, and EMD GP10 USAX #4614. If any devs such as DTG, G-Trax, Milepost Simulations, or any other devs are interested, I think the route could continue from the military base as far as Ft. Worth or Dallas. Because this is a BNSF route, the BNSF logos would have to be excluded for non-US customers because of licensing issues. Besides the USAX locos, I think it should include any kind of big power that BNSF uses, such as a Dash 9, a GEVO, or any SD70 Variant. The route shall include a variety of appropriate freight equipment, including the DODX flatcars: A 68' 6-axle flatcar to carry the M1 Abrams tanks and M88A2 Hercules Recovery Vehicles, a 60' flatcar to carry the M2 Bradley tanks, and 89' flatcars to carry a variety of other military vehicles! Feel free to cast your vote!