Well, personally, I think that I could possibly make all the yards and tracks, but that could push back the realease date. I haven't even started building this route yet. I am also working on a CNWX, CPWX and other Hawker-Siddedly Cylinderical Hoppers, as well as custom objects for the route (Work in progress for the H-S Hoppers will be out soon). All this will make making this route a long process. I still have to go on more research trips. I am only limited to researching in Winnipeg. I don't have a car, nor do I have my intermediate license yet, so I am not able drive myself to the other locations to be included in the route.
More info on this route:
-CEMR was formed in 1999 by Cando Contracting Ltd. to run on the then CN Pine Falls and Carman Subdivisions. CEMR calls these two as this as well. After December 2010, much of the Pine Falls was no longer run as the Tembec Newsprint plant in Pine Falls, was closed permanently after workers were on strike, and Tembec's decision was to close the plant.
-Most of the track is light weight (115lb and 135lb per yard on Carman and 85lb per yard on Pine Falls), except for the CN mainline portion between the beginning of the Pine Falls Sub and Carman Sub.
-CEMR serves communities such as Carman, Winnipeg, Lockport, Selkirk and previously, Pine Falls.
-Pine Falls Sub was 67 miles (108 km) and Carman Sub is 51 miles (82 km)
-They use 4 GP9rms #'s 4000-4003, #'s 4000-4002 were built in 1955 and 4003 in 1956. Builder's Numbers: 4000=A656, 4001=A807, 4002=A666, and 4003=A1337. All ex-CN, all acquired in 1999.
They exist everywhere. You may not see them, but they're there. Awww yeeeaaaahhhh, 20% Cooler! /)