The Class 377 Electrostar is an electric multiple-unit manufactured by Bombardier, in use on Stepford Connect. These trains are formed of five coaches and cost 1500 points.
- This train replaced the Class 387 on Stepford Connect on December 17, 2017. The Class 387 was relocated to the Waterline fleet on December 21, 2017, before it was relocated again to the Airlink fleet on the 8th of June 2019 and the Class 379 took over.
- This train was the only train to have any red on its livery. The Class 720 also had red before it was rebuilt using CSG. This was removed in v1.7 when it received an NGv3 rebuild.
- Before V1.7, even though the Class 377 was similar to the Class 387 and Class 379, it had a different horn, door chimes and there was no light on the bottom front. The sounds of horn and doors were similar to the Class 332, Class 333 and Class 357 in SCR and the Class 375, Class 376 and Class 378, which are not in SCR and are also Electrostar trains. This was changed in V1.7.
- These trains look very similar to the Class 379 and Class 387 on the outside.
- Prior to receiving a Next Generation upgrade, there were no yellow stripes on the doors.
- This train has now been refurbished with a new livery as of Version 1.6.
- In real life, this train was operated by Southern under Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) company.
- This train is the longest out of all the Electrostar trains in SCR.
- Before V1.7, the Class 377 was numbered 377/2 and was formed of 4 coaches. In V1.7, it was changed to be numbered 377/7 and have 5 coaches.
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