This is the fictionalized Illinois Central passenger schedules and consists for my alternate history.
In this timeline. The Illinois Central was one of the longest 100% steam operated railroads. Second only to the Norfolk and Western. As until 1975, the only diesels the railroad owned were the diesels used on many crack trains alongside the 4-8-2s.
Blue- Crack train stops
Green- express train stops
Orange- Generic station stops
Lavendar- Commuter stops
These are actually fleets of trains that all use the same exact route, with up to 10 trains bearing the name going out on their route a day.
Either a EMD F59PHI, or 2500 or 2600 4-8-2s pulls these fleets of trains. It usually depends on which type of the two engines is available at the time the trains is prepared to leave. The coaches are based on hybrids of US streamlined coaches in the 40s, Superliners, and TGV Duplex train sets and consist of coaches (amount depends on the distance of runs), one or two sleepers, an observation car, and a dining car.
The City of New Orleans
Chicago Mill. Park- Carbondale- Memphis- Jackson- New Orleans
The City of Miami
Chicago Mill. Park- Carbondale- Birmingham
Take CofG tracks to Miami
The Green Diamond
Chicago Mill. Park- Springfield- St. Louis
These are also several different trains operating to the same destinations as the name trains of that line.
Coaches are based on 1940s Pullmans. They are usually powered by EMD SD Diesels, but generally the former type of locomotives.
Souix Falls Special
Chicago- Waterloo- Souix Falls
The Whiskeyton Limited
Take L&N to Nashville
The Shrevyport Limited
Meridan- Jackson- Monroe- Shrevyport
St. Louis- Carbondale- Memphis- Jackson- New Orleans
The Irvin S. Cobb
Louisville- Memphis- Jackson- New Orleans
These trains consist of coaches based on the coaches used on 1940s Pullmans that are powered by 1100, 2000, and 1000 4-6-2 steam locomotives. They stop at all the generic stations along the route, which often consists of the lines crack and express trains run over.
Branch Line trains
These trains are powered by Budd Rail cars, in the case of passenger trains. Meanwhile, 2-8-0s handle most freight trains and mixed traffic trains.
These are mostly 0-8-0s, 0-8-2s, 2-10-0s, small diesels, or outdated steam locomotive models.