1. Start trackIR (I use the one-to-one profile for train simulator)
2. Start TIRMouse.exe (called Mouse Emulation in the windows start menu)
3. Run the TrainSimulator autoHotKey script
4. Start Train SImulator.
If you're not familiar with AutoHotKey, it's a free scripting control program for windows. With it, I bind the \ and | keys to allow turning on and off free look mode.
So in game I press \ and now the trackIR allows me to freely look around. (autohotkey is holding the right mouse button down for me.) When I want to stop the free look, I press | (shift \).
Here's the autohotkey script:
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; Autohotkey definitions for TrainSimulator #SingleInstance force |:: Click right MouseMove,0,1080,0 return \:: MouseMove,960,540,0 Click down right return