749006 wrote:K2rover wrote:Is there no passenger view with the AP 321? I always think it's good to have some sort of pass view as it gives a different outlook on a route. I think I'll stick with the RSC 321 for now as I think it was one of their better pieces of rolling stock. But, the AP one does look awesome to drive and is graphically very nice!
How do you watch for signals whilst sitting in the passenger section of the coach?
Maybe a model of the DLR is reqired to do two things at once
I don't use a passenger view for long on a journey, it's just I like the different feeling of speed it gives, particularly when scenery is rather dull and boring (e.g. Great Eastern Main Line). No passenger view on the Northeast Corridor stock either on the Acela Express or that horrible default locomotive with a box blocking your view has always made me not return to it much. I have to say without a passenger view, the San Diego - LA Pacific Surfliner route wouldn't be half as enjoyable as it is. I love sitting in those comfy chairs looking out to sea