Sorry, JPeters, they are the Chinese engines, JF and JS 2-8-2's and QJ 2-10-2's. Should have been more clear in my posting above.
Unfortunately the JF pack is corrupt but the other two unzip OK. So they might be broken? Testing them in a freeroam right now.
That QJ looks mighty fine to me at first glance.
In the QJ we have a flat boiler backhead and that grumpy pair of driver and stoker from the UK Black 5 visible from the outside. Nice detail are the bare bulbed running gear lights that come on together with the headlights. Haven't seen those on US steamers yet. I like the elephant ears as well as the fully enclosed cab and skyline casing. Good attention to detail: the main drivers are blind, i.e. have no flanges. Also nice are the steam excaping from underneath and the small whisps of steam at the joints and valves in the piping.
I think the "1" view is supposed to put you in the cab instead of just in front of it, the "Shift-2" view has you leaning out of the cab window, the way most steam locos were driven anyway.
Will try to get the "1" view a little more backwards to actually see through the visored porthole. OK, that didn't help much, there indeed seems to be an issue with the shaders as different parts of the engine are rendered in "1" cabview when you try to look around. When the x-parameter of the cabview is changed to -7.5 meters you are in the seat, but out of the window, though I didnt change the y-parameter!. Also, the running gear is gone. Shift-2 is about the same position and the running gear is visible. Also, to judge by the way the view rocks when pressing "1" to get back into the cab, I think I am being "displaced". So there indeed seems to be an issue with the cabview. I can move over to the other side, which has me left of the fireman's seat, operate the brake handles, regulator, etc. and the gauges work.
Physics and operations can use a little tuning probably.
Museum piece to park in Ronceverte to pull my Ronceverte & Western Alleghanies steam excursions besides the C&O Kanawha.