It's a great model that's a load of fun in quick drive mode. Well detailed and while I haven't seen an actual Class 14 in person (American, not a whole lot of them here in the states), it certainly looks like the youtube videos I've seen of them. The cab's well detailed, and the loco as a whole works on a not-extremely-beefy computer rig like my own, which some routes inexplicably don't do (lookin' at you, Maerdy). The cars included look good and it's always a pleasure to drive down the West Somerset again, I'll use any excuse. I am recommending this; as with everything TS2015, I'm recommending it on sale because 13 bucks is a lot to pay for anything that isn't a full fledged game these days. If you get it on sale it's like six bucks and that's much more reasonable. But. Before you buy, beware, there *are* a few flaws with this model.
For starters, you can click the "passenger view" button to sit higher on the driver's seat, which makes the controls not operable outside of the lower controls console and makes your head clip through the ceiling. I have no idea what the point of this view is as it barely changes the view any, but just be aware.
Also, the scenarios. I know some people don't like/couldn't care less about scenarios so if you're one of them by all means pick this bad boy up. But. I enjoy playing the scenarios, so if you do too, be aware that even though it advertises four scenarios, two of those are driver training ones that are all of ten minutes long combined and you *probably* already know.
The other two included scenarios are quite good and have achievements (that are quite rare, just fyi) tied to them, so that's fun. But. There are only two of them; not a huge number, so you could probably get a better value from another pack if that's your thing and you only care about getting driver experience or something.
So. To sum it up: If you like the Class 14, you'll like this. If you like career scenarios, you might not like this. If you don't care about career scenarios and a minor camera glitch, you'll have fun with it.
But. Assuming you're not a Fortune 500 CEO who's made three hundred bucks in the time it took you to read this, just pick it up when it's on sale. Thirteen's a lotta bucks on this steam of ours.