We now have the Bakerloo line in Train Sim World 2. I want to share my thoughts and ideas to release possible new TfL-themed content to the game, as well as other features overall. Sub-Surface Lines I think the Sub-Surface lines would world with Train Sim World 2. I'd like to see the entire Sub-Surface network as a route, which may as first seem out of the question - but remember - most of the stations are shared by at least two lines. If you think about it technically, you are only building two lines (District and Metropolitan), and adding services branded as the other two (Circle and Hammersmith & City (albeit Paddington <> Hammersmith). The included stock should ideally include all of the recent years. (A, C, D, and S Stocks) To go with this, we could see the addition of an "Era" feature; allowing the player to select an era in which they'd like to play, ultimately affecting which types of trains are featured as AI - I've suggested a few: 2010: A, C, and D Stocks as AI 2012: A, C, D, and S Stocks as AI 2014: C, D, and S Stocks as AI 2016: D and S Stocks as AI 2018: S Stock only as AI Great Western Express • TfL Rail Dovetail has already confirmed there will be no route extensions to existing Train Sim World 2020 content, and likely never due to its complexity. However, I'd love to see the Class 345 developed and inserted into the route, as it would add many more services to the route. This requires no extension to the route for the most part, as the route featured is the entirety of the main TfL Rail route (Paddington <> Reading). -•GWR Stock I'd like to see the Class 387 and 800, as these are now primary units of Great Western Railway - both of which run into and out of Paddington. I'd also like to see a Class 165 variant of the Networker, as well as First Great Western-liveried alternatives to the Class 165/6 and HST. Train Sim World 2: Livery Editor If not already a feature, I'd love to see the ability to upload photos from your computer's files into the game when creating liveries to add logos and other elements to them. There are no sharing tools to have to worry about copyright issues either. This feature is unlikely, however, due to the restriction on console users not receiving this feature. What do you think of my ideas and feature-suggestions?