Based on ideas by .
My ideas here is the Norfolk and Western never gave up steam. Instead becoming one of the longest lived steam fleets in the county. With the Illinois Central being a close second.
Blue- Crack train stops
Orange- Generic station stops
Maroon- Shared stations
These trains are actually several different trains operating to the same destinations as the name trains of that line. Usually, a J class 4-8-4 units pulls these fleets of trains. It usually depends on which type of the three engines is available at the time the trains are prepared to leave.
The trains consist of four coaches, a sleeper and a dining car.
Norfolk- Lynchburg- Roanoke- Kenova- Cincinnati
Take PRR tracks to Chicago
Norfolk- Lynchburg- Roanoke- Kenova- Columbus
These trains consist of coaches based on 1940s Pullmans. These trains are often powered by K class 4-8-2s or E class 4-6-2s. They stop at all the generic stations along their route.
Branch lines trains are pulled by M series 4-8-0s.