Ruhr Sieg Nord ExpansionsSo far from the images released by Dovetail Games, Ruhr Sieg Nord looks to be a very good new German route. A good selection of locomotives and rolling stock is included in the dlc, however there are some things which I think should be added to the route in the future through further expansions. Single Deck Coaches In the Ruhr Sieg Nord dlc, only the 4th Generation Doppelstockwagen are included. Before operations were taken over by Abellio, DB also used Single Deck Coaches (n-wagons) on the route as well. Adding these coaches would improve the realism of the route and add some diversity to passenger operations. See Shukal 's post at the further down for more info. RBH-Liveried Class 143 To improve diversity of freight services, a RBH liveried BR 143 could be added if licensing isn't a problem. With TS1, german locos were always Deutsche Bahn and it would be good to get a variety of operators into TSW, not just DB. Abellio FLIRT Passenger services on the Ruhr Sieg line are now operated by Abellio, using FLIRT locomotives. License permitting, it would be good to see these added as well. If DTG does not want to add unlicensed locos to TSW, a third party could create this and the RBH BR 143 at a later date once the editors are released. Further Freight Locos The Ruhr Sieg line is a major freight artery in Germany so it would make sense to add further freight locos for this route. My suggestion would be to add the DB BR 151 first. Shunting Locos Shunting Locos such as the DB BR 294 or Voith Gravita could be added for work in yards such as the one at Hagen, opening up further freight opportunities. https://forums.dovetailgames.com/threads/ruhr-sieg-nord-diesel-dlc.12333/ - Some more info on diesel opportunities in RSN Compatability with Rapid Transit The freight locos mentioned in this post could be used on the Rapid Transit route also and if the above ground part of Leipzig Hbf was modelled, the DB BR 143 could be added for some passenger services as well.