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Nope the only way you can ride em is to jack em.
Wrong you can ride em in a small door in the train
Hi Claude Speed. I have seen the small doors that open to the platform and people exit
from them. I have tried to get in the doors but have been unable to do so. Is there
something I am not doing that I should be doing? Should I hit the "F" key at the exact
moment that the door opens?
I am exploring Bone County and Tierra Robada at the moment. Verdant Meadows is quite
a useful place it seems. I have used the Jet Pack to get back to Fort Carson which is my
base of operations currently. I will look for the nearest train station and give it another try.
I hit "F" as a train was passing Fort Carson and CJ started running after the train but it got
away from him. I will try that again also.
Hi well i think its patched on PC cause u can press Triangle and walk right in with PS2 Version
But i think that was an accident because the player views show the inside of the train and its empty so i think they patched it up
Hello again. I made some progress. I jacked a train at the Las Venturas station by hitting "F" as I faced the locomotive door.
I drove the train to San Fiero where I got off and then jacked a freight train going back in the direction of Las Venturas. When
I got to Fort Carson I stopped the freight train and got off, just leaving the train sitting still on the track. I waited a while to
see if there would be a train wreck when the next fast moving train came down the track. I finally gave up waiting and started
walking back into Fort Carson. I saw a train then barreling down the same track and I ran back where I had left the freight train
but it had disappeared. So the bottom line is jacking trains is a good means of safe transportation in San Andreas. The only
driving controls are forward & reverse (stop) and camera angles to watch the train from above and behind etc. There seems
to be no danger of collisions while driving the train. I will be playing more with trains later.
I guess my second edition pc version using keyboard & mouse is different than the PS2 version. Thanks for your help