The Class 165 Networker Turbo is a diesel multiple-unit manufactured by BREL, in use on Waterline. These trains are formed of 2 or 4 coaches and cost 2250 points.
- In V1.1, this train, alongside the Class 166, was given a major refurbishment, based off of the Houghton Foundry model. The model was also improved.
- Following the introduction of the Class 730, these trains, along with the Class 166, became a rare sight on Waterline, as the Class 730's are faster, cheaper, and electric instead of diesel.
- There is no big matter between Class 730 and Class 165 at speed, because the max speed limit of all Waterline tracks is 90 mph, not 100, but this could change in the future.
- This and the Class 166 were the last diesel trains and the last trains without an end gangway to receive a Next Generation upgrade.
- This is the sister train of the Class 166. The 166 is identical to this train but has 3 coaches.
- This train was revealed to be the second to last train for Next Generation, revealing on April 22nd, 2020.
- It appears that the train in the sneak peek is a double configuration of this train.
- This train and Class 166 were one of the first trains to have the new Waterline livery.
- In real life, this train is operated by Chiltern Railways and Great Western Railway.
- This train is pretty much identical to the Class 166, with the only difference being the number of coaches. The Class 221 and Class 220 also share this trait. Unlike the Class 220 and Class 221, they both have to be purchased separately.
- This train along with Airlink Class 185 are the only trains in SCR with a double variant.
- At the first hours of the V1.5 update the /1 variant was free.
- This is the second Waterline train to have variants. The other is Class 195.
- This was one of the last trains to be upgraded, alongside the Class 380, Class 166 and Class 730.
- The /0 variant is one of the shortest trains in SCR alongside the Class 171, Class 158/9 and Class 195/0.
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