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The key for  ATSF map plan by mrbill6ishere.

Based on :iconborisfedorov:

Map key:
Blue- station served by both high speed (125 mph) and express (90 mph) trains traveling through said community. 
Green- station served by express trains, but not high speed trains
Red- suburban stations
Purple- Connections for sleepers

These trains are really fleets of trains that use the same equipment. Coaches are based on the ones used on the 1951 Super Chief and 1956 El Capitan.

A total of 12 versions of each train leave their respective terminus each day.

The Express trains are usually powered by one of the following locomotive types
High speed Trains
Super Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Dodge City- La Junta- Albuquerque- Flagstaff- Los Angeles

El Capitan
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Dodge City- La Junta- Albuquerque- Flagstaff- Los Angeles

The Texas Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Wichita- Oklahoma City- Ft. Worth- Houston

Frisco Chief
Ft. Worth- Dallas- Paris- St. Louis (via SLSF)

Dixie Chief
Los Angeles- Flagstaff- Albuquerque- La Junta- Dodge City- Kansas City- Birmingham (via SLSF)

Denver Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Dodge City- Denver

El Paso Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Dodge City- La Junta- Albuquerque- El Paso

The San Fransisco Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Wichita- Amarillo- Belen- Flagstaff- Oakland

Express Trains
The Tulsan
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Tulsa

San Diegan
Los Angeles- San Diego

The Bay Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Dodge City- La Junta- Albuquerque- Flagstaff- Oakland

Apache Chief
Denver- La Junta- Albuquerque- El Paso

The Belen Chief
Chicago- Ft. Madison- Kansas City- Wichita- Amarillo- Belen- Flagstaff- Los Angeles

Normal Trains
The trains use coaches based on 1940s pullmans. Any locomotives can be signed to normal trains. It depends on the distance of these trains and their speed. Usually, however, they are handled by either 3400/3500 4-6-2s or EMD SD diesels.

Branchline trains
Usually, the branchline passenger train are handled by Budd RDC cars. But if a certain line's population density makes the RDC too small. 1300 4-6-2s and 1000 2-6-2s are used.

Suburban Services
Commuter train services are given by the ATSF for the following places
  • Denver- Pueblo area
  • Los Angeles- San Diego area

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