The Line This 62.76 mile main line runs from the town of Shrewsbury to England's second city, Birmingham and onward to the airport, with another line heading off to Walsall. Stations Major stations will be in Bold Shrewsbury-Birmingham International Shrewsbury Wellington Oakengates Telford Central Shifnal Cosford Albrighton Codsall Billbrook Wolverhampton Coseley Tipton Dudley Port Sandwell & Dudley Smethwick Galton Bridge Smethwick Rolfe Street Birmingham New Street Adderley Park Stetchford Lea Hall Marston Green Birmingham International Wolverhampton-Walsall Wolverhampton Coseley Tipton Dudley Port Sandwell & Dudley Smethwick Galton Bridge Smethwick Rolfe Street Birmingham New Street Duddeston Aston Witton Perry Barr Hamstead Tame Bridge Parkway Bescot Stadium Walsall Rolling Stock, Operators and Services 3 trains will be included on this route, those being the Class 323, Class 170 and Class 158. The Class 323 will provide all electric services between Wolverhampton and Walsall and Birmingham-Walsall The Class 158 and 170 will provide the diesel services from Birmingham to Shrewsbury The operators featured on this route are: Transport for Wales and West Midlands Railway The services are quite varied with some trains providing all stops and some doing limited stop services. So lets take a look... West Midlands Railway Wolverhampton-Walsall: All stops with 1tph Wolverhampton-B'ham NS: All stops with 1tph B'ham NS-Walsall: All stops with 1tph B'ham Int-B'ham NS: All stops with 1tph B'ham Int-Rugeley Trent Valley: All stops with 1tph (ends at Walsall) B'ham NS-Shrewsbury: All stops with 1tph B'ham NS-Shrewsbury: Limited stops with 1tph Transport for Wales B'ham Int-Holyhead: Limited stops with 1tp2h (ends at Shrewsbury) B'ham-Aberystwyth and Pwllheli : Limited stops with 1tp2h (ends at Shrewsbury) Pictures Birmingham International Birmingham New Street Wolverhampton Shrewsbury Class 158 Class 170 Class 323 Final Words Well then, all I can really say is that this route does offer plenty of services for those wanting express or stoppers. And there are lots of stations to explore and see from the small suburban stations of Aston and Duddeston to the grander Birmingham New Street and Shrewsbury and the small village stations which, to be honest, are still equally as interesting. So, hopefully you enjoyed this proposal! Edit: Just a quickie! Future DLC could include the Class 350 for extra services between B'ham Int and B'ham NS and the Class 221 for extra trains between B'ham and Shrewsbury.