JeffT wrote:LosAngelesMetro56 wrote:More specifically, the head and rear lights.
The rear and head lights are always battery powered om metro trains (I think). Sow it will still shine if you don't have power to the train.
LosAngelesMetro56 wrote:Guille3604 wrote:Ooops!
I don't think it is your fault. Rijndam is improving.
MetroSimGermany wrote:That might happen when using direct junction set "cheat". I have warned you. There are situations on which the train is driving over a junction and you switch it actually sees the junction you're on as the nearest and will switch it under your train. That can lead to very weird physics, as trains with Jakobsdrehgestell-boogies will try facing to the other half no matter what.
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