Having played the Bakerloo Line the most since getting TSW 2 this is my feedback so far (as of 25 August 2020). If I add anything to this post at a later date, I’ll make it known what was added and when. There is not enough time at the start of service to prep the train. I like opening my windows to better the sound, setting the destination, turning on the passenger compartment lights and then getting the train ready to move. Even though I try my best to do this quickly, I never have enough time and I don’t think these actions should be rushed. The sound with the windows closed is not as good with them open. The sounds overall could be better in my opinion. The window wiper is far too loud. The trains should not be slipping and sliding in tunnels with adhesion physics whilst raining on the surface. The first two or three stations (maybe) but I doubt the deeper stations would have such wet tracks that make slipping an inevitability. It is well known, but passengers are very limited and do very stupid things like getting stuck in tunnels and standing in the air. The speed limits in the tunnels are effective at the end of the train instead of the start. Not being able to the use the cab door is a pity. Stuttering, sticking and frame rate drops can be very annoying on the overground section. This is especially annoying when slowing down as the game doesn’t seem to register your input when it’s stuck. The line could do with some further optimisation. Kilburn High Road as a limited, but integral part of the relatively self-contained Bakerloo Line should have been included. Whilst limited action takes place there, trains do operate daily rusty rails services and can be turned back in order to access the outer platforms at Queen’s Park. Kilburn High Road could have been used to make adding additional timetable services easier to implement. Traffic is very poor. The line feels deader than a dead Dodo. The limited announcements, which does include Mind The Gap, are fun to hear. Don’t be leaving your luggage lying around. The line is very fun to drive and would be so much more fun taking into consideration my earlier points. Hopefully these are things Adam’s team can work on. No blue counter boards leading away from stations. Speed limit signage in the tunnels is difficult to see at it can appear too late and is then obscured by the window frame of the train.