Is high train braking force better? Not really...

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Re: Is high train braking force better? Not really...

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SoShootMe wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 7:59 pm
Is there a particular reason for the physics-busting braking? Other than "no rails ahead of train" for which there seems no practical alternative, why not eg brake normally to a stop following current path (perhaps including ploughing through an obstacle), then try to repath?
Because trains randomly running red lights and potentially crashing into other trains would be extremely dumb.

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