LIST OF TRAINS HERE:
An edited fallen flag railroad map if the American railroads retained steam for longer after the Second World war, and at the same time had far better tracks.
The Classic Santa Fe Railroad Company as mapped, will a part of the BNSF region of Nationalized American railroad system. Which includes the other railroads in today's BNSF. Plus Green Bay & Western, Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Saute Ste. Marie, Wisconsin Central, Gulf Mobile, and Ohio, Chicago Great Western, Rio Grande, and Western Pacific
All Trains are operated in sections, which each depart an hour apart from each other every hour. Making 24 sections.
These are motive power for the ATSF trains
High speed trains (125 mph max)
- EMD F units (mostly F3 and F7)
- EMD E8s
- The 5100 and 5200 series cab forwards
- 2900 series 4-8-4s (often streamlined)
Express trains (90 mph)
- ALCO PAs
- 3751 series 4-8-4s
- 3460 series 4-6-4s (all streamlined with half in the Blue goose scheme or the warbonnet scheme by this point)
- 3700 series 4-8-2s
Branch line trains