Hello, finally I had a bit of spare time to create this post. So let's beginn. West Cornwall is an interesting place with a lot of variety. The scenery is absolutely stunning, beginning with a lovely seaside at Penzance until Marazion. In between you'll find a castle called St. Michaels Mount which you can only visit on low tide. And on the other side there's Long Rock depot. Not very big but fancy indeed. And then you'll enter hilly terain and go over some bridges and in tunnels. And on the St. Ives line there is some bay action going on. NO RUSH on the SCENERY. On this route you encounter a top speed limit of 75 mph along with some very old school signals. On the branch line you are allowed to go 30 mph. The mainline untill Truro is 25 miles long and double tracked and the 4 mile branch line is single track only. In the 60 70 80s and very early 90s class 50s were the main running loco in this area. After that mainly class 43s and 47s were the typicall picture. On the St. Ives line nearly only multiple units are allowed, beeing mostly 101, 117 and 121 until 1996. After that class 150 overtook operation on that line. Classes 150, 153 are used for local and branch line services and the 158 for express services, all in all those 3 beeing the most common sprinters. Around the 2000s the class 67 has also become quite popular delivering packages and parcels, and going on railtours. And since 2003 class 57 has been doing the night riviera. Class 220/1 have been visiting Penzance since 2002. And of course the class 08 is doing its shunting duties. So what do I expect... The minimum requirements are one loco and one MU. Most likely class 43 and 150. I personally am a fan of the class 50 and 158. Sooo, I may hopefully be getting one of those. What do you think what rolling stock should / will be included? And lastly in Cornwall relatively many railtours are taking place. It would be cool to have that option in TSW. Another cool feature as mentioned in my other post would be a scenario when a class 43 is delayed and you must wait for it, in a 150, then you need to make up time to St. Ives and back so that passengers can catch the next 43 in time, quite challenging. Cornwall a must have for everyone! Stations Penzance V St. Erth V > Lelant Saltings > Lelant > Carbis Bay > St. Ives Hayle V Camborne V Redruth V Truro V Rolling Stock Regular Not regular Shunters: 08 Locos: 37, 43, 47, 50, 56, 57, 66, 67 Multiple units: 101, 117, 118, 121, 122, 150, 153, 155, 156, 158, 159, 220, 221 Pictures Class 50 - 1986 Penzance > Bonus Warspite Class 158 - 1991 Penzance Class 47 - 1991 Penzance Class 117, Class 121 and Class 158 - 1992 St. Erth Class 08, Class 47 and Class 117 - 1993 Penzance Class 67 - 1994 Marazion Class 50 and Class 50 - 1994 Penzance | Railtour Class 117 - 1996 Carbis Bay Class 43 and Class 47 - 1996 Penzance Class 43 and Class 150 - 1998 St. Erth Class 47 - 1998 St. Erth Class 67, Class 150 and Class 43 - 2002 Penzance Class 150 - 2003 Truro Class 153 - 2004 St. Ives Class 158 and Class 158 - 2005 Penzance Class 150 and Class 220/1 - 2008 Penzance Class 57 and Class 43 - 2008 Long Rock TMD Class 43 - 2009 Penzance Class 159, Class 150, Class 153 and Class 220/1 - 2010 Penzance Class 56 and Class 56 - 2010 Long Rock | Railtour Traffic 2003 Penzance Some pictures seem to not show up probably due to copyright reasons... I hope that I could give you a rough overview on what to expect. THANK YOU for reading.