This is the main thread for my project of building the Harlem Line all the way to Wassiac, I am already at Bronxville in track and plan to catch up in scenery. (3/21/20) Era: This route is set in the present, so the new third track is included. Summary: The Metro North Harlem Line is a commuter rail line that extends 82 miles from Grand Central Terminal in New York City, to Wassaic NY. The line is electrified with 600V under-running third rail from NYC to Southeast Station in Brewster, from Southeast to Wassaic is diesel territory. Rolling Stock: The line uses M3A and M7A EMU cars, built in 1983 and 2004 respectively. The line also uses GE P32AC-DM daul-mode passenger locomotives and Shoreliner Coaches for trains straight to Wassaic. Requirements: This route uses all official payware, however, it will not be in the steam workshop, since I am creating custom signs for each station on the route. - NEC: New York - New Haven - North Jersey Coast Line (without Morristown). - Academy Assets (included with base game). - Hudson Line: New York - Croton Harmon These are the most necessary as track and infrastructure depends on these three. - NEC: New York - Philadelphia - Donner Pass - Peninsula Corridor: San Francisco - San Jose - My Harlem Line Station Signs Package (will come with route). Not as necessary, but still recommended. The route will be released in phases, as follows: Release 1: Skeleton form to White Plains Release 2: Skeleton form from White Plains to Southeast, full detail to White Plains. Release 3: Full detail to Southeast At this point it would be considered a full release. Extension to Wassaic Release 4: Skeleton to Wassaic. Release 5: Full detail to Wassaic. I can't wait to get this done, and show this to the community. These images are a tad bit dated, but show Fleetwood station, my first of many to come scratch-built stations.