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Canadian Pacific’s Mactier Subdivision runs for 127 miles from West Toronto to Mactier Ontario.  It is CP’s main transcontinental line from Toronto to points west, so the traffic is a variety of general merchandise, plenty of intermodal, and the occasional unit train.  The route was developed by Kenneth Shannon and Ted Kocyla.  is pleased to offer this excellent route for free download.  We liked it so much, we decided to do a trains and activities package to go with it. 

TrainSimulations has produced a trains and activity package to use with the Mactier route.  This package includes a selection of locomotives, rolling stock, and activities, circa 2004.  Everything from distributed power equipped intermodals to heavy slow manifest trains are included, not to mention some challenging switching activities.

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CP Mactier Route
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The former Santa Fe Seligman Subdivision has changed a lot in the past 15 years.  With the merger between the Santa Fe and the Burlington Northern to form the BNSF Railway, new technologies and operating methods have put in place system wide.  Beginning in the late 1990's, BNSF began installing CTC on the western portion of the line, from Seligman to Needles.  The majority of the former ATSF passing sidings are still in use today, either as storage tracks or as CTC controlled sidings.  The old ATSF signals that once graced the western, as well as the eastern portion are now gone, replaced by modern, solid state, traffic light-type signals.  While we cannot stop the movement of time and technology, we can surely marvel at the highly efficient piece of railroad the Seligman Subdivision is today.

The BNSF Seligman Route 2.0 is available as an upgrade to the ATSF Seligman Route 2.0, or as a Stand Alone Route Product. It is the modern day version of the 300 miles of the BNSF Transcon between Winslow AZ, and Needles CA.

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$29.99

The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Seligman Subdivision is a depiction of mid-1990's operations in Northern Arizona, USA. This route, which is approximately 300 miles in length, covers the territory from Winslow Arizona, to Needles California. This route is part of today's BNSF Railway, on their Transcon Route from Chicago to Los Angeles.

The entire route is double tracked, with a combination of Automatic Block System (ABS) and Centralized Traffic Control (CTC). Approximately 40-60 trains a day ran over this line in the mid 1990s. Today, as many as 70+ per day use this route.

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$26.99

The DRGW Green River Subdivision is a stretch of railway between the western Colorado town of Grand Junction and Helper, Utah. Traversing approximately 180 miles, this deceptively hilly area traverses various terrain, from grassy Colorado Plateau, to canyons to arid desert. The line is also a connection to various coal branches, such as the North Fork, Sunnyside and Castle Valley lines. The entire line is CTC (Centralized Traffic Control), so all the train movements are by signal indication, and rarely do the train crews require communication with the dispatchers.

The traffic over the line is varied; from manifests to bulk traffic and TOFC. The era (1983) saw smaller trains, usually between 40 and 50 cars. The Denver & Rio Grande was able to compete with other roads by running short, fast, trains over their mountainous profile.

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The BNSF Scenic Route is nestled deep in the Pacific Northwest, and makes up the northern main line from Chicago to Seattle. This route, which is approximately 140 miles in length, covers modern day operations on one of BNSF's busiest single track lines. Starting in the east at Wenatchee Washington, the line traverses the fruit orchards and unique beauty of the rain shadowed eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountain range. Almost like day and night, you are propelled deep into the mountain forest, and must travel through the 6 mile long Cascade Tunnel before you can descend Stevens Pass en route to Seattle.

The majority of the train movements involved container and piggyback traffic, with general merchandise and lumber making up the difference. The average day on this line sees about 24-30 trains, which is quite a bit for a stretch of single track railway.

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$26.99


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