We currently have 9 routes available from 3 different countries. Seven of the routes can be purchased on steam by following the links and Fraser and Cariboo can only be purchased from the Milepost Simulations website.

In Development!

Coming later in 2021 or early 2022.

Arizona Divide

This route features the Santa Fe 93 mile mainline from Winslow to Williams, Arizona over the Arizona Divide.

Yellowhead Pass

The route features the Canadian National mainline crossing of the Rocky Mountains via Yellowhead Pass from Jasper, Alberta to Valemount, British Columbia approximately 80 miles.

Union Pacific Wasatch Grade

The route features the historic Union Pacific mainline between Evanston, Wyoming and Ogden, Utah over the Wasatch Mountains. The route is set in the 'transition era' around 1955 with a mix of steam and diesel locomotives.

Raton Pass

The route features a 45 mile section of the historic Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (AT&SF) Railway mainline over Raton Pass on the Colorado New Mexico border. The route is set in the early 1990s, the final years of the AT&SF before the BNSF merger.

Canadian National Peace River Route

Canadian Prairie route set around Peace River in Northern Alberta featuring around 40 miles of track from Judah to Grimshaw and Daishowa branch.

Clear Creek Narrow Gauge

Clear Creek Narrow Gauge features the 3 foot gauge line from Golden to Silver Plume and Central City in the Colorado Rockies set in the 1930s.

Clear Creek Old Timer Rolling Stock Pack Add-On

Back date the Clear Creek route to the 1890s with Old Timer Rolling Stock Pack.

West Highland Line South

West Highland Line South features the route from Helensburgh and Fort William.

Canadian Mountain Passes

Canadian Mountain Passes features The Canadian PacificŪ mainline from Lake Louise to Revelstoke over Kicking Horse and Rogers Pass.

Fraser and Cariboo

Fraser and Cariboo features the BC Rail Mainline north from Lillooet for around 70 miles including the line steep climb out of the Fraser Canyon to Cariboo Region of British Columbia.