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Fictionalized ATSF map by mrbill6ishere Fictionalized ATSF map by mrbill6ishere
An edited vintage rail map for if the American railroads had their way after the Second World War the number of rail lines, freight loads, and passenger trains was still the same as it was during the 1945-46 school year. But now the Class I properties are nationalized and have more modern locomotives, passenger multiple units, freight cars, and better maintained train tracks. 

The Classic Santa Fe Railroad Company as mapped. Part of the Northern- Santa Fe region of the Nationalized American railroad system.

Notes:
Stations marked at express stops have trains serving them stop longer than 5 minutes, but no more than 15 minutes. While normal station stops only last long enough to let passengers on.

Links:
www.american-rails.com/atchiso…
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LUCASANDRADES500 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2018
Very interest. I Like. What models of trains this ATSF would be used today for High Speed and Express trains? Something like the Siemens Brightliner or even some electrification?
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