Next Generation trains are trains that include modeled interiors and working doors. There are currently 25 Next Generation trains (32 including all variants). Eventually, all trains will be upgraded to Next-Gen. Trains that have yet to be updated are Previous Generation, commonly referred as legacy or paper trains.

List of Trains

Trains started out Next Generation are marked with a caret (^). Trains which have CSG model livery are marked with an asterisk (*).


These trains have been upgraded or started out next gen.

Future (Confirmed)

These trains are currently previous generation trains and its Next Generation status has been sneak peeked for that train, or it is an upcoming new train.

Future (To Be Announced)


  • The start of Next Generation trains is in V1.2.8 when Class 158 for Connect was added for testers only, then Class 158 was publicly released in V1.3 along with Class 508 for WaterLine.
  • The first legacy/paper train to be upgraded to Next Generation is the Class 185, AirLink at first, the Connect version got upgraded later after.
  • The legacy/paper AirLink trains were given a completely different look when upgraded. They used to look similar to the Connect livery with yellow line, now they are orange, inspired by Gatwick Express.
  • Mattyx2013 has openly stated that after all the current paper train are upgraded, the Class 323 and Class 365 will be added.
  • As of V1.4.3, the Class 707, Class 332 and Class 333 are the only Next Generation train with CSG model livery. This might happen with the other existing Next Generation trains.
  • Most Next Generation trains are made by Mattyx2013, current Product Developer.
  • Stepford Express is the first operator to only have Next Generation trains.
  • AirLink is the first operator to have all its paper trains upgraded to Next Generation.
  • All future Next-Gen trains will get CSG model livery.
  • Class 380 is the last legacy train left in Stepford Connect.
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