What new North American route would you like to see?

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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby NStrains » Mon Oct 10, 2016 3:38 pm

I agree, Miami is too flat and coal district is too darn slow! *!lol!*
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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby tagsdm » Tue Oct 18, 2016 4:13 pm

I would love to see a N&W Virginia Route from the 50's.


The Abingdon Branch alone would be great. Just black molly's would be needed.
Modesto and Empire Traction, you'd need GE 70 tonners.

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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby ColoradoRailfan » Wed Oct 19, 2016 6:26 pm

1. UP Triple Track (Or Kearney Subdivison)
2. UP Moffat Subdivsion
3. BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision
4. NS Chicago Line
5. NS Mon Line
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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby NStrains » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:16 pm

ColoradoRailfan wrote:1. UP Triple Track (Or Kearney Subdivison)
2. UP Moffat Subdivsion
3. BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision
4. NS Chicago Line
5. NS Mon Line

The Mon Line has all ready been done by DTG aka the NS Coal District. However, it would've been really nice had they finished out the southern end to include the other mines.
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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby ColoradoRailfan » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:46 pm

NStrains wrote:
ColoradoRailfan wrote:1. UP Triple Track (Or Kearney Subdivison)
2. UP Moffat Subdivsion
3. BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision
4. NS Chicago Line
5. NS Mon Line

The Mon Line has all ready been done by DTG aka the NS Coal District. However, it would've been really nice had they finished out the southern end to include the other mines.


I was talking about the part that goes next to Pittsburgh.
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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby ZekTheKid » Wed Oct 19, 2016 9:50 pm

Maybe the up-to-date NS Coal route from Bailey Mine, passing through HSC, and to the coal powered power plant in Washingtonville.
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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby NStrains » Wed Oct 19, 2016 11:00 pm

ColoradoRailfan wrote:
NStrains wrote:
ColoradoRailfan wrote:1. UP Triple Track (Or Kearney Subdivison)
2. UP Moffat Subdivsion
3. BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision
4. NS Chicago Line
5. NS Mon Line

The Mon Line has all ready been done by DTG aka the NS Coal District. However, it would've been really nice had they finished out the southern end to include the other mines.


I was talking about the part that goes next to Pittsburgh.

I gotcha! Yeah that would be nice to have the whole portion from West Brownsville up to Pittsburgh.
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Re: What new North American route would you like to see?

Unread postby QO1922 » Tue Feb 28, 2017 5:46 pm

I'd like to see the route from Pueblo to Denver, Colorado (D&RGW).
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