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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
The Class 377 ''[[:Category:Electrostar|Electrostar]] ''is an electric multiple-unit manufactured by Bombardier, in use on [[Stepford Connect]]. These trains are formed of four coaches, and cost 1500 points.
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The Class 377 ''[[:Category:Electrostar|Electrostar]] '' trains are used for [[Stepford Connect|'''Stepford Connect''']] services. These trains are 4 cars in length, with a max speed of 100 MPH. This train costs 1500 points to unlock.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* This train replaced the [[Class 387]] on Connect, which was later re-introduced on [[WaterLine]], then moved to [[AirLink]] after being replaced by the [[Class 379]].
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* In real life, two companies in Britain use the Class 377, Southeastern and GTR Southern and Thameslink (Formerly)
* In real life, these trains are operated by Southern and Southeastern. There are seven subclasses; the /1, /2 (the variation used in SCR), /4 and /5 units, which have four coaches, the /3 units which have three coaches, and the /6 and /7 which have five.
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* This train replaced the [[Class 387]] which was re-implemented on [[WaterLine]] before being transferred to [[AirLink]].
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* In the real world, the family of ''Electrostars'' include the [[Class 379]] (which is a new addition to [[Waterline]]), the [[Class 387]] and the [[Class 357]] (despite its front sharing a similar design to the Class [[Class 170|170]] and [[Class 171|171]] ''Turbostar'').
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* Also in the real world, the Class 377 has seven variations; the /1, /2 (the variation used in SCR), /4 and /5 units have 4 carriages, the /3 units have 3 and the /6 and /7 have 5.
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* This train has been upgraded to [[Next Generation]].
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 06:47, November 22, 2019


Overview

The Class 377 Electrostar trains are used for Stepford Connect services. These trains are 4 cars in length, with a max speed of 100 MPH. This train costs 1500 points to unlock.

Trivia

  • In real life, two companies in Britain use the Class 377, Southeastern and GTR Southern and Thameslink (Formerly)
  • This train replaced the Class 387 which was re-implemented on WaterLine before being transferred to AirLink.
  • In the real world, the family of Electrostars include the Class 379 (which is a new addition to Waterline), the Class 387 and the Class 357 (despite its front sharing a similar design to the Class 170 and 171 Turbostar).
  • Also in the real world, the Class 377 has seven variations; the /1, /2 (the variation used in SCR), /4 and /5 units have 4 carriages, the /3 units have 3 and the /6 and /7 have 5.
  • This train has been upgraded to Next Generation.

Gallery

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