Whitney Green is a through station served by Waterline services to Newry, Benton and Greenslade.

Platform Layout

Platform Service
1 Waterline services to Greenslade
2 Waterline services to Newry and Benton
3 Unused TramLink track


  • Whitney Green has remained almost the exact same since it was first opened. The only changes are the park and the buildings.
  • This station was one of three stations seen in the intro in V1.0. The others are Stepford Airport Central and Rocket Parade. Since V1.1, It has been replaced to Stepford East to seen in the intro. The others are Stepford Airport West and Rocket Parade (this station is still in the intro because of the BanTech Systems building).
  • This station & Morganstown Docks are the only stations on the SCR network where the platforms are only long enough for 3 coaches, the 4th coach slightly hangs off the platform. The platforms here are in fact the shortest in SCR. When a 4-car train approaches this station, the announcer will state that the doors of the rear coach will not open.
  • You can walk to Beaulieu Park on Connect from this station, which means that these two stations are out of station interchanges between Connect and Waterline.
  • The line at Whitney Green to Greenslade has been electrified after V1.4.1.
  • Strangely, the TramLink tracks have also been electrified. This is a reason why people believe TramLink is coming back.
  • The scenery in between here and Greenslade have also been updated.
  • The Class 195/1 fits perfectly on the platform.
  • This station is believed to be named after BanTech's real name, Adam Whitney, shown in the registration information of his company website. Evidence is on the YouTuber Trottle's video: Top 5 secrets in names of SCR Stations. It is Fact #1.


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