Since Sam mentioned last stream that they still hold the Amtrak license and that a future Amtrak DLC is likely, I wanted to throw a couple of ideas of routes that I genuinenly think would provide a nice place to show off TSW2's visuals and also interesting scenario opportunities. These routes give way to future development of rolling stock as DLC for these routes. *Disclaimer* I am not suggesting the implementation of the full routes as they are not feasible both from development or gameplay perspectives. The sections of route I'm suggesting are in the brief description of each route. Here they go: - Cascades (Vancouver BC to Eugene OR): Either from Vancouver BC to Seattle WA or from Seattle WA to Portland OR. The American Northwest is easily one of the most scenic places in North America. It also has interesting rolling stock F40s, SC44 Challenger and Talgo trainsets not to mention F40s converted into powerless cab cars, could be very very cool. - Pacific Surfliner (San Luís Obispo CA to San Diego CA) My suggestion is either making a longer route and putting in the entire stretch from LA Union Station to San Diego Santa Fe. If that was not possible my bet would be Oceanside to San Diego as the line runs right next to the coast and is by far the most scenic part of the route. Cool rolling stock with MP59s, SC44s and Superliner Cab Cars. Would be amazing to have this route in the sim. - Autotrain (Lowton VA to Sanford FL) How cool would it be to have a bit of the Autotrain line? One of the longest passenger trains in the world not to mention P42s. My guess would be a 60 mile or so bit from either of the two terminuses, Lowton VA or Sanford FL as it would involve shunting this huge train to couple to the autoracks. I mean, just look at it: - Acela (Boston MA to Washington DC) Last but not least huh? Definetely the best sections would be the Boston MA to New Haven CT or Boston MA to Providence RI as they're by far the most scenic. Plus, the future Avelia Liberty trains look sexy as hell and would be cool rolling stock DLC when they finally enter service next year. Just imagine being able to drive the original Acela to Boston and switch over to the Avelia for the return journey to New Haven. Sign. Me. Up. So that's it from me. If anybody has some other Amtrak route suggestions feel free to post them down below.