This is the fictionalized Soo line passenger schedules and consists for my alternate history.
In this timeline. The Soo line was purchased by the BNSF empire. Which intended to make the line a competitor to the C&NW and Milwaukee Road's grasps over Wisconsin. But this never materialized.
Green- express train stops
Orange- Generic station stops
These are also several different trains operating to the same destinations as the name trains of that line.
Coaches are based on 1940s Pullmans and Amfleet cars. They are usually powered by EMD SD Diesels.
Chicago Grand Central- Fond Du Lac- Minneapolis
Chicago Grand Central -Fond Du Lac- Duluth
Minneapolis - Duluth
St. Paul- Winnipeg, Manitoba
St. Paul- Sault Ste. Marie
These trains consist of coaches based on the coaches used on 1940s Pullmans that are powered by the line's 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These are mostly 0-8-0s, 0-8-2s, 2-10-0s, small diesels, or outdated steam locomotive models.