Capture class 802

Two units at Stepford Airport Central


The British Rail Class 802 is a type of electro-diesel multiple-unit train built by Hitachi, as part of their A-Train family. The trains are currently in use with Airlink.


  • In its original livery, this train was known as the Penguin, due to its black front and white sides. This now applies to the Class 801. The original livery can be seen in the trailer for SCR Version 1.1, as well as one of Airlink's advertisements. 
  • This train and its sibling, the Class 801, are the only trains in SCR with single leaf doors. They are also prone to colliding with track buffers due to their aerodynamic cab. 
  • The Airlink Class 802 displayed in yrrebRBLX's Game Terminal depicts a slightly different livery from what is actually used. It also displays the destination as Llyn-by-the-Sea, which Airlink does not operate to.
  • In real life, this train is in use with Great Western Railway, Hull Trains, TransPennine Express.


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