- The Class 185s were not often in service due to its poor texturing being unfavored by drivers. In 1.1, this changed when it was refurbished, and their usage also increased when they were upgraded to NG.
- In real life, these trains are operated by TransPennine Express.
- This is the only train to operate more than 1 operator at the same time.
- This train, the Class 360, the Class 350 and the Class 323 are the only trains to have a destination sign with green lettering.
- There is a 1% chance that one of the AirLink units can be numbered 185185.
- For some reason, a double AirLink 185 has the same unit number for both units, despite being different units. This is likely a coding limitation.
- The Class 185 is the first train in SCR to offer First Class accommodation. On a single AirLink unit, it is located at the end you start driving from. On a double AirLink unit, it is located in the middle. Connect 185s do not offer this accommodation, sadly.
- The Class 185 was the first paper/legacy train in the game to be converted in a Next Generation train with working doors and interiors.
- Until V1.3.10, the pre-NG AirLink Class 185 could be seen at Bodin TrainCare.
- This is the only train to operate every kind of service/under every headcode - 1 (fast), 9 (semi-fast), 2 (stopper), and 5 (depot).
- This train is double the longest AirLink train, the longest train in SCR. However, this will be changed to second-longest train in SCR when the Class 43 released in the Version 1.4,
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