Wikipedia Article There have been many suggestions for Dutch routes already but this one is a new one. The line connects the university city of Utrecht with the harbor city of Rotterdam. Due to the rather small size of the Netherlands, all railway lines have a great variety in rolling stock. I'll suggest the route only as a passenger route but freight services are possible. Quick Facts: Length: 55,9km Max. Speed: 140km/h Signaling System: Dutch Light Signals Safety System: ATB EG Route: The route connects two major urban areas with the famous Dutch landscape in between. Whilst not offering any significant driving challenges the route has a great diversity between station count, landscape, major junctions and open track. Stations: Distance | Station 00,0km Utrecht Centraal 03,1km Utrecht Leidsche Rijn 04,8km Utrecht Terwijde 06,8km Vleuten 15,8km Woerden 29,6km Gouda Goverwelle 32,1km Gouda 41,2km Nieuwerkerk a/d IJssel 43,8km Capelle Schollevaar 45,9km Rotterdam Alexander 50,9km Rotterdam Noord 55,9km Rotterdam Centraal Rolling Stock: 1600/1800 SLT SNG ICMm DDZ VIRMm Optional Extras: ICE 3M NPC train with NS livery: The ICE services don't use this line but stop at Utrecht Centraal. Therefore this would only be an NPC train. But this is an opportunity to add the NS livery to the ICE 3M (only changes the DB logo with the NS logo).