The new game designed by Leonhard “Lonny” Orgler is on Kickstarter now.
The copy of the game includes all components that are usually added as stretch goals, so there are wooden tokens for all companies, stickers, and even a track tile inlay!
You can find the rules draft on the Lonny website: https://www.lonnygames.com
And finally the link to the Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1840vienna/18cuba/
Game description from BGG (link: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/355736/18cuba):
18Cuba tells a fictional story about railroading in Cuba.
The game features six large companies as well as a state company, which operates with discarded trains and fixed stations on the map. Sugar plantations are represented by small companies and special tiles that produce sugar cubes, which can be picked up by the large companies with special railroad cars and add to their income by ferrying them off at a port. Although the state railway controls most of the station tokens, you can pay it off and use them for your own company.
As usual in 18xx games, the wealthiest player at the game end is the winner.