Obviously, we have the West Somerset Railway in game already and hopefully the development of steam traction will bring it to life a little bit more, as although it's a pleasant run it's not the most interesting especially with the 25mph line speed. I'm wondering if there is any interest in the inclusion of another heritage/preserved route? I'm thinking mainly in UK terms here, but suggestions from elsewhere are of course welcome If another heritage route were to be provided, I would suggest one of the following two choices as I think these two are more interesting than most other heritage routes: 1) The North Yorkshire Moors Railway. This line is long, is scenically very attractive and has some excellent locomotive traction. However what makes it cool is that it also runs steam and diesel trains on the mainline from Grosmont to Whitby. This would allow a longer route (but still at realistic length), but would allow players to run at higher speeds than on other preserved lines, as well as being a great bit of route on its own too. A Northern class 156 could also be provided for this section of route too. The NYMR also usually has at least 3 trains running on the track on a day, meaning there is quite a bit of traffic too. A couple of videos I took recently from the Whitby end of the line: 2) The Great Central Railway. This heritage line has plenty of interesting locomotives and again it runs many services per day so there is lots of traffic. But, what makes it stand out to me, is that it has a section of double track enabling more trains, and allows trains to pass at speed. I also think that because of this, the speed limit is higher than 25mph on this section of the railway (?), which again is better than crawling along at 25mph in an express loco... This railway also features demonstration freight trains and post office trains, which is also cool What are your thoughts on more preserved railways in TS World 2?