Doesn't the second picture (depicted as good) slow down a little longer trains as well (due to curve length?) due to curve length? Shouldnt this be emphasized as well (mabye in an advanced wiki page)
- The difference is significant between the 0-tile corner and the 1-tile corner. There are real but lesser gains for each additional tile. There is no blatant "knee"; any double bend will slow down a train that is longer than the bend.
- That said, the 0-tile, right-angle corner is the worst; that's one reason it can be disabled entirely in Advanced Settings.
- Another point is that longer double bends are difficult to build into a complex junction. If you experiment, you'll find that you can build a fairly large junction and still be forced to use 1-tile corners, somewhere.
- This is a fairly basic, introductory page. I suppose the first author wanted to get the simple point across. xiong 10:09, 20 February 2011 (UTC)