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by Sarah Bell (follow)
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Given the choice, would you prefer to ride backwards or forwards on a train? Does it annoy you if you can't sit the way you want, or do you get used to it quickly?

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Well it depends on the destination. I have done both...backwards gives me a view of what I am leaving....forward gives me a view of what adventure I am going to embark on. ;)
Definitely forwards, otherwise I get motion sickness.
It doesn't matter for me. I am comfortable both ways.
I would ride backwards. I don't know why, but it just seems more comfortable.
I would not sit, if I had to face people...on any train.
That is just too ''in-ya-face'' for me.

As for going backwards, that's fine. I can go forward or backward...
Oh! Wow! Sometimes, if there's a spare seat, you've NO choice! I travelled to/fro work, by train, for 40 years', & was pleased to get a seat, any which-way!
by donjo
I prefer to go forwards. If it's a crowded peak hour train and I have no choice, I'll sit backwards instead of standing, but only if I have to.
Can only sit forward sitting. Makes me very uncomfortable going backward on a train or a bus.
I don't have a preference on trains.
by Vee
I do not actually care but my husband would not absolutely ride backwards. He has to ride forward always. So when we are together on train, I ride forward. Otherwise, I do not care.
by BK
I prefer to face forwards. When there are plenty of seats I sit next to the window, facing forwards and if it is warm or hot weather I choose the side of the train that is not in the sun. When there are lots of people on the train I am just grateful for any seat.
Prefer forward, but don't get motion sick sitting backwards.
So, a seat's a seat, especially if crowded, which trains' invariably were in peak hours!
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