There's no way to view this in-game and it's unlikely to be added back in again. Information is definitely outdated and you shouldn't really take it to heart.
The Class 700 Desiro City is an electric multiple-unit manufactured by Siemens, formerly in use on Stepford Connect. These trains were formed of 6 coaches, and were free to use.
These units were replaced because 6 car Class 700s do not exist in real life.
- This train was replaced by the Class 707 in V1.0.
- This was considered the "noob train" before The Big Update due to the fact that it was not a gamepass train. All other trains had to be paid in Robux until the update, which saw the removal of these trains and the Class 357 becoming the "noob train".
- These trains faced AWS issues in the early stages of the game, however, these were soon rectified.
- This was the first train ever in the history of SCR.
- It was the longest train Class 185 (Double) became the longest at 6 cars, until the 5 car HST overtook it at 7 cars in V1.7.2, currently making the latter the longest train in SCR. The former is still the longest train on AirLink. until its removal. From V1.1, the
- To celebrate Christmas 2017, half of the 700s were given special liveries, the first of their kind.
- There was another special livery given to this train to celebrate of 1,000 group members including a golden paint scheme, excluding the doors.
- The front car of a Class 700 was displayed at Benton ROC until V1.1, when the Benton ROC shut its doors and operations were moved to Stepford East ROC. Its whereabouts since then became unknown as it was not relocated to anywhere else in game afterward.
- In real life, these trains have 8 (700/0) or 12 (700/1) coaches, not 6. Some of the trains were numbered 7007XX, which is an entirely fictional variant.
- In real life, these trains operate on Thameslink and have First Class onboard. These trains have replaced the Class 319, Class 377 and Class 387.