Private Freight Operators

Locomotives in the liveries of the recent rail freight companies
DB Schenker/EWS, DRS, Freightliner, GBRf and more
Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Jumbo Spirit in June 2002, 66709 first went into service with GBRf in the original GBRf livery and named as 'Joseph Arnold Davies', before switching to the GBRf/Medite shipping livery of black bodysides with yellow Medite lettering and branding. On 24 April 2012, 66709 was rebranded in the Mediterranean Shipping Company’s livery, featuring a large container ship image on an otherwise light blue bodyside and, on the following day, the locomotive was renamed as 66709 Sorrento, honouring the home town of MSC founder Mr Aponte.
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The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. No. 66623 ‘Bill Bolsover’, named to honour the chairman of Aggregate Industries, was delivered to Freightliner UK in February 2007, entering the UK via Newport docks aboard the ship ‘MV Fairload’. The locomotive initially carried a Bardon Aggregates blue livery however with the eventual loss of the Bardon traffic, 66623 reverted to Freightliner branding, but kept the old Bardon base livery, a situation that remained until 29 March 2019 when the locomotive was de-named and repainted into the new Genesee & Wyoming/Freightliner livery of orange with black stripes.
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Locomotive D6817 was built in March 1963 and renumbered to 37117 under the TOPS system in 1974. In 1988 the locomotive was refurbished and renumbered becoming Class 37/5 37521. After privatisation of British Rail the locomotive passed to EWS ownership and remained in service until 2007. After a few years in storage the locomotive was purchased by the Harry Needle Railroad Company before being sold again in 2013 to Direct Rail Services. The locomotive was later purchased by a private owner before being purchased by Colas Rail Freight in 2018.
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Network Rail leased six Class 57s fitted with either tightlock couplings or Dellner couplers enabling them to be used as rescue engines for EMUs in the south of England, with the locomotives having fulfilled a similar function as Virgin Train Thunderbirds on the ECML.
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Rail Operations Group operate a fleet of 6 locomotives built between 1961 and 1963. They have been modified to allow them to move EMUs around the network including modifications to allow them to couple with and operate the brakes on various EMU classes without the need for translator vehicles.
Please note this model has been produced as number 37884, not as advertised by Hornby.
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Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Stellamare in May 1999, 66113 entered service with the EWS livery of maroon bodyside and roof, with zigzag yellow stripes, EWS branding on the cabs and large EWS branding on the bodysides. The locomotive was transferred to DB Schenker (Later DB Cargo UK) in January 2009 after their buyout of EWS. On the 4th of June 2020, following the end of the weekly ‘Clap for our Carers’, the locomotive received a new livery design featuring a depiction of key workers, along with the message ‘Delivering For Our Key Workers’. With many thanks to DB Cargo UK
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Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Stellanova in April 2004, 66850 first went into service with Freightliner, before being transferred to operations with Colas in June 2011. In August 2013, 66850 was named 'David Maidment OBE' at the National Track Plant Exhibition at Long Marston, in a naming ceremony honouring the founder of the ‘Railway Children’ charity. Railway Children was founded in 1996, following Maidment's encounter with a young girl begging on a railway station in India and he has since dedicated his life to raising awareness of the plight of children living alone and at risk on the streets and railway platforms.
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The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. No. 66713 ‘Forest City’ was delivered to Newport docks in May 2003. It’s name is a reference to the birthplace of the Class 66, the Electro-Motive Diesel factory in London, Ontario, a city often known as ‘The Forest City’.
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The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Jumbo Challenger in April 2006, 66721 first went into service with Metronet/First GBRf, carrying the Metronet livery of blue bodysides and roof, with orange cab sides, cantrail and solebar stripes, until the beginning of November 2013. On 26 January 2007, 66721 was named 'Harry Beck', by John Smith, MD of GB Railfreight, in honour of the graphic designer who created the London Underground Tube map in 1933 using a design grid based on an electrical schematic.
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Hornby R3573 00 Gauge GBRf 66751 Inspiration Delivered - Hitachi Rail Europe Class 66 Co-Co Freight Diesel Locomotive GB Railfreight Blue & Orange Livery

Dimensions - Length 280mm

DCC Ready

Special Features: All-wheel pickups

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Nicely detailed model of the class 66 diesel locomotive 66405 operated by DRS, Direct Rail Services, painted in Malcolm Logistics livery to mark the partnership with Scottish logistics company the Malcolm Group to synergise the use of rail transport for long-distance haulage.
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Nicely detailed model of DRS class 66 diesel locomotive 66434 painted in the distinctive Malcolm Rail livery applied to mark the long-term partnership of DRS and logistics specialists Malcolm Group for rail haulage between the Midlands and central Scotland.
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No. 47813 has operated under BR, First Great Western, Cotswold Rail, Rail Operations Group (ROG) and most recently Direct Rail Services. This model depicts the locomotive during its ROG tenure.
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As a result, the Class 37 remains in service to this day as one of the longest serving classes on British railways. Second-hand locomotives have been exported to railways in France and Spain whilst in the UK many locomotives no longer required to work have been preserved. Network Rail possesses 5 Class 37 locomotives. One of these, No. 37217, is in storage whilst the other four have undergone extensive refurbishment. The refurbished locomotives have been reclassified Class 97/3, with the Class 97 designation reserved for departmental locomotives under the TOPS system. These four were used by Network rail as part of the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) trial project on the Cambrian Line. The class was chosen because of its original fitment with both air and vacuum braking, a feature which will allow them to pull both modern freight trains as well as steam specials
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In 2007 newly formed Colas Rail unveiled four newly liveried Class 47 locomotives, having previously relied on hired Class 57s to fulfil its timber hauling contracts. This was early evidence of the ambition Colas Rail had to obtain and grow its own fleet of freight locomotives. The first two locomotives to be overhauled ready for service were No. 47727 ‘Rebecca’ and No. 47749 ‘Demelza’. In April 2016 locomotive No. 47749 had its original name 'City of Truro' restored.
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Between 2016 and 2017, ROG purchased a total of five Class 47 locomotives from Riviera Trains and Direct Rail Services to complement their Class 37s. The first Class 47 obtained was No. 47812 which was modified at Arlington Fleet Services’ Eastleigh Works, including the fitting of Dellner couplings to enable the haulage of EMUs. The locomotive was built in 1965 and had previously served with Virgin Trains and Riviera Trains.
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The Class 59 is a Co-Co diesel-electric locomotive built by Electro-Motive Diesel in La Grange, Illinois for British customers. A tender for six locomotives was created by Foster Yeoman, operator of Torr Works, for a powerful locomotive with 95% availability. Although Brush Traction and BREL of Britain were invited to come up with a design, only EMD could be the 95% availability criteria. EMD’s tender was sufficiently adept at the work required that double heading would no longer be needed, resulting in the order being reduced to just 4.

The locomotives were delivered to the UK via Southampton in January 1986 becoming the first privately owned locomotives to regularly operate on Britain’s mainline and the first designed and built in the US. After the initial 4 locomotives were proven successful, the Amalgamated Roadstone Corporation (ARC) ordered another 4 which were built by General Motors Diesel Division at their Canadian plant in London, Ontario in 1990. A final order of six locomotives was placed by National Power which were again built in Ontario in 1994 and 1995. The hugely successful EMD Class 66 is partially a development of the Class 59 and shares many components including its bodywork. Locomotive No. 59101 was one of the 4 ARC locomotives to be built in Canada. The locomotive arrived in Britain in October 1990 and entered service the following month. By the time the locomotive had arrived ARC had been purchased by Hanson PLC and as a result over the next few years all four of the ARC order locomotives were repainted into the blue and white Hanson livery.

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The Class 67 locomotives are a Class of Bo-Bo diesel-electric locomotives which were built for the English Welsh & Scottish Railway (EWS) between 1999 and 2000 by Alstom at Meinfesa in Valencia, Spain with drive components (engine, generator and traction motors) from General Motors' Electro-Motive Division. The locomotives are able to supply Electric Train Supply for passenger train heating and air-conditioning, and are equipped for buffer and screw coupling and also coupling via a buckeye coupler attached on a swing arm mount. High speed running tests were undertaken with 67002 starting at Alstom's facility at La Sagra (Toledo, Spain) and running on the standard gauge Madrid-Toledo high-speed rail line. A top speed of 143 miles per hour was obtained. Initially the Class were used primarily on mail trains. In June 2003 EWS lost the Royal Mail mail train contract, with services diminishing to complete cessation in March 2004. The locomotives have since been used by First ScotRail on the Caledonian Sleeper on non-electrified lines north of Edinburgh. In April 2015, A staple of Hornby since 2006, when we produced our first BR Class 67 in Dublo.
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Loram UK Ltd. offers a complete range of rolling stock engineering and restoration services as well as other track focused infrastructure operations with their Class 08 number 08632 being undoubtedly kept busy.
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Locomotive No. D3882 was built in May 1960 at Crewe Works and spent the first 12 years of its life assigned to engine sheds in Scotland. By 1974 the locomotive had been relocated to Colchester and was given a TOPS number of 08715. In 1993 it was repainted in a distinctive bright orange livery before being taken out of service under EWS ownership in 1997.
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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as class 31/0 locomotive 31128 as operated by Nemesis Rail with the name Charybdis in rail blue livery with plated over headcode box and centrally fitted headlight.
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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as class 31/0 locomotive 31128 as operated by Nemesis Rail with the name Charybdis in rail blue livery with plated over headcode box and centrally fitted headlight. DCC sound system fitted.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished and ETS fitted class 37/4 locomotive 37409 Lord Hinton finished in heritage BR large logo blue livery, carried 2010-2018
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished class 37/6 locomotive 37606 finished in the original DRS blue livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished class 37/6 locomotive 37606 finished in the original DRS blue livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished class 37/6 locomotive 37602 finished in the DRS compass livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished class 37/6 locomotive 37606 finished in the DRS compass livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished class 37/6 locomotive 37609 is finished in the DRS compass livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
DRS owned refurbished and ETS equipped class 37/4 locomotive 37423 Spirit of the Lakes finished in DRS compass livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Refurbished class 37/6 locomotive 37608 Andromeda is finished in the Rail Operations Group (ROG) Europheonix livery.
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Highly detailed new model of the Brush/BR class 47 diesel locomotives, built from 1962 as British Rails' standard general purpose diesel locomotive type. 512 locomotives were constructed and almost 50 are still registered for service today.
Bachmann designed a completely new class 47 model during 2020/21 incorporating an extraordinary level of locomotive-specific detailing, allowing almost any of the class to be modelled at any time period, complete with changes to external fittings, visible modifications and accident repairs.
This model is finished as class 47'/3 locomotive 47376 Freightliner 1995 in Railfreight triple grey livery with Freightliner triangular flash logos, cab floor sealing modifications, sealed beam headlight and differing marker lights in the sealed headcode box slot.
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Highly detailed new model of the Brush/BR class 47 diesel locomotives, built from 1962 as British Rails' standard general purpose diesel locomotive type. 512 locomotives were constructed and almost 50 are still registered for service today.
Bachmann designed a completely new class 47 model during 2020/21 incorporating an extraordinary level of locomotive-specific detailing, allowing almost any of the class to be modelled at any time period, complete with changes to external fittings, visible modifications and accident repairs.
This model is finished as class 47/3 locomotive 47376 Freightliner 1995 in Railfreight triple grey livery with Freightliner triangular flash logos, cab floor sealing modifications, sealed beam headlight and differing marker lights in the sealed headcode box slot.
Model fitted with a DCC controlled sound system.
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Highly detailed new model of the Brush/BR class 47 diesel locomotives, built from 1962 as British Rails' standard general purpose diesel locomotive type. 512 locomotives were constructed and almost 50 are still registered for service today.
Bachmann designed a completely new class 47 model during 2020/21 incorporating an extraordinary level of locomotive-specific detailing, allowing almost any of the class to be modelled at any time period, complete with changes to external fittings, visible modifications and accident repairs.
This model is finished as class 47/4 locomotive 47790 Galloway Princess in the original DRS compass logo livery with cab floor sealing modifications, sealed beam headlights and marker lights and DRS multiple-working socket.
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Highly detailed new model of the Brush/BR class 47 diesel locomotives, built from 1962 as British Rails' standard general purpose diesel locomotive type. 512 locomotives were constructed and almost 50 are still registered for service today.
Bachmann designed a completely new class 47 model during 2020/21 incorporating an extraordinary level of locomotive-specific detailing, allowing almost any of the class to be modelled at any time period, complete with changes to external fittings, visible modifications and accident repairs.
This model is finished as class 47/4 locomotive 47790 Galloway Princess in the original DRS compass logo livery with cab floor sealing modifications, sealed beam headlights and marker lights and DRS multiple-working socket.
Model fitted with a DCC controlled sound system.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

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The class 59 locomotives were designed to the specifications of aggregate quarrying company Foster Yeoman and, having proved to be powerful and reliable locomotives, FYs' principal competitor decided to order a dedicated fleet of locomotives for their rail services. Designated class 59/1 the ARC locomotives incorporated a few detail changes found necessary from service under British conditions. The most noticeable change was the elimination of the central headlights and adoption of light cluster units over the buffers. These changes were retained for subsequent order built for National Power.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

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59206 was one of the first locomotives to be repainted into the DB Schenker red livery after the German rail freight company bought EWS.
The class 59 locomotives were designed to the specifications of aggregate quarrying company Foster Yeoman, with a second batch being ordered for ARC. National Power also took up the option of dedicated locomotives, a batch ordering near-identical to the ARC locos, but capable of 75mph maximum speed vs the 60mph limit of the aggregate company locomotives.
During the process of rail privatisation National Powers' coal traffic was sought-after business and EWS obtained the contract, taking ownership of the locomotives. Being slightly different to the standard class 66 the 59/2s have in recent years been found working alongside the Foster Yeoman and ARC/Hanson 59s from the Westbury area, where crews and fitters are familiar with the class.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

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The class 59 locomotives were designed to the specifications of aggregate quarrying company Foster Yeoman, with a second batch being ordered for ARC. National Power also took up the option of dedicated locomotives, a batch ordering near-identical to the ARC locos, but capable of 75mph maximum speed vs the 60mph limit of the aggregate company locomotives.
During the process of rail privatisation National Powers' coal traffic was sought-after business and EWS obtained the contract, taking ownership of the locomotives. Being slightly different to the standard class 66 the 59/2s have in recent years been found working alongside the Foster Yeoman and ARC/Hanson 59s from the Westbury area, where crews and fitters are familiar with the class.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

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Gaugemaster Collection model of GBRf 59003 Yeoman Highlander, the former Foster Yeoman class 59/0 locomotive sent for service in Europe and repatriated following purchase by GB Railfreight. Locomotive model finished in GBRf 'bluebird' blue and orange livery.
This Dapol model features a heavy diecast chassis and centrally mounted motor driving both bogies, replicating the record-breaking train-hauling capabilities of the Foster Yeoman 59s. The bodyshell is finely detailed, completed with etched grilles, separately fitted handrails and locomotive-specific details.

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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as Foster Yeoman locomotive 59004 Paul A Hammond in later Foster Yeoman blue and silver livery. DCC sound fitted.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as Foster Yeoman locomotive 59004 Paul A Hammond in later Foster Yeoman blue and silver livery. Fitted with DCC controlled sound and exhaust smoke unit.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as DB Cargo owned 59201 Vale of York in EWS maroon & gold livery. DCC sound fitted.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as DB Cargo owned 59201 Vale of York in EWS maroon & gold livery. Fitted with DCC controlled sound and exhaust smoke unit.
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Hornby have produced a highly detailed model of the BR class 60 locomotives with a heavy chassis and all wheel drive, while retaining the see-through look of the main grilles giving the locomotives their 'doughnut' moniker.
This model is finished in DB Cargo red livery as 60062 named Stainless Pioneer to mark the centenary of the invention of stainless steel.
£206.09
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One of the newer Class 66 operating in the UK, the Beacon Rail owned locomotive first entered the country through the Channel Tunnel clad in plain grey livery at the end of 2012. After reaching GB Railfreight the livery was updated to include orange GBRF lettering, with minor modifications occurring to ready the locomotive for service in the UK. The locomotive received the number 66748. The grey and orange GBRf livery remained until April 2015 when the locomotive was repainted into the more common blue and orange GBRf livery.
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While the Class 66s began their service in 1998, No. 66004s unique livery and service reflect a modern preoccupation with promoting environmental awareness.The HS2 owned locomotive is part of an active drive to promote the environmental benefits of delivering construction materials by rail instead of road, which inspired the name 'The Green Progressor'. The intention is that for every locomotive HS2 uses to transport aggregates and construction materials, up to 76 lorries are removed from the UK's roads and motorway network. 'The Green Progressor' is both innovative and a benefit of tradition; in returning focus to our beloved railways we boost efficiency and reduce emissions.
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Class 66 No. 6608 began its life working in Europe for Netherlands based ERS Railways in December 2003. In 2009 the locomotive was bought by Beacon Rail Leasing and given the name 'Dave Meehan'. In March 2021 GB Railfreight renumbered the locomotive 66793 and unveiled a recreation of the British Railfreight Construction livery, featuring contrasting tones of grey, construction sector markings, the classic British Rail double arrow logo and a black mask around the cab's windows.
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66432 has prominent history with its railtours, particularly the 'Cumbrian Crusader II' and 'The Cat & Dock', double heading each journey with 66843 and 68026 respectively.
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A highly detailed model of the British Railways Southern region class 73 electro-diesel locomotives. These are primarily third-rail electric locomotives but carry an auxiliary diesel engine for use away from electrified lines. Dapols model features a diecast chassis and all-wheel drive from a centrally mounted motor and flywheels allied to a highly detailed bodyshell with many separately fitted locomotive specific details to create both JA (73/0) and JB (73/1) variants.
This model is finished as GB Railfrieght class 73/1 locomotive 73109 named Battle of Britain in GBRf blue & orange livery.
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Detailed model of the BR class 90 electric locomotives, many of which are still in service with DB Cargo and Freightliner hauling intermodal freight trains.
The Bachmann model features a centrally mounted motor with flywheels driving all four axles to provide excellent train-hauling capabilities and a good top speed for express trains. The bodyshell will feature detailed grilles, roof-mounted pantograph, switchgear and insulator-mounted power bus lines.
Era 8. DCC Ready Bachmann 36-569 decoder required for DCC operation. Directional lighting. Internal (cab) lighting. Servo-controlled pantograph.
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Nicely detailed model of DB Cargo class 90 electric locomotive 90024 finished in the Malcolm Rail photograph livery featuring a vista of the North West highlands of Scotland advertising greener, cleaner logistics service by rail haulage.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as ARC locomotive 59101 Village of Whatley in revised ARC mustard yellow livery. DCC sound fitted.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as ARC locomotive 59101 Village of Whatley in revised ARC mustard yellow livery.. Fitted with DCC controlled sound and exhaust smoke unit.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as Mendip Rail locomotive 59002 Alan J Day in MRL green livery. DCC sound fitted.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as Mendip Rail locomotive 59002 Alan J Day in MRL green livery.. Fitted with DCC controlled sound and exhaust smoke unit.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as Freightliner locomotive 59206 John F Yeoman in Genesee & Wyoming corporate orange livery. DCC sound fitted.
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BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accommodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.
This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.
Model finished as Freightliner locomotive 59206 John F Yeoman in Genesee & Wyoming corporate orange livery. Fitted with DCC controlled sound and exhaust smoke unit.
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Model of ex-BR class 08 diesel shunting locomotive 08818 Molly.
This locomotive is owned by HNRail, the Harry Needle Railroad Company, and on lease to GB Railfreight for depot an contract shunting duties.
The locomotive is modelled in GBRf blue livery with orange cab and named MOLLY, following the GBRf practice of naming ex-BR locomotives after the wives of staff and crew members.
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Locomotive 73109 would be introduced as E6015 in January of 1966. After leaving BR service at the onset of privatisation the locomotive would be painted in the Network South East livery and named in honour of the memory of the Battle of Britain. The locomotive would keep this name, albeit in an updated format for the rest of its life. As of 2023, the locomotive is in service with GB Railfreight.
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977723 started out life as 55021 under BR. In 1994 the unit was photographed wearing the Network South East livery with its departmental number of 977723 where it served as a route learning unit as well as a sandite application vehicle. The locomotive would wear the Railtrack livery This Railroad model features a simplified running mechanism including a three pole motor and more of a direct drive to the motor, as such it is an ideal starter model. The model has an 8 pin DCC socket for those who which to run the model on a digital layout and a more robust body is the perfect way to avoid damage to the model as a beginner.
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Beginning life as the BR Class 101 unit 50338 On its entry into departmental service the unit would be reclassified as a class 960 and renumbered 901002, it would also gain the name Iris 2 which would be displayed in place of a destination on its destination boards. 

Iris 2 functioned as a lab for Network Rail undertaking tests around the UK. As Iris 2, the DMU appeared in a Serco Railtrack livery, Network Rail livery and a unique grey Lab 19 livery. Iris 2 is currently preserved on the Barry Tourist Railway in a BR Green livery.

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20189 entered BR service in 1967 as D8189 delivered to a shed in Nottingham. The locomotive would be renumbered under TOPS to 20189 and withdrawn from BR service in September 1990. The locomotive is currently preserved by 20189 Ltd in its original 20/0 condition and is mainline certified. The locomotive is painted in a BR Blue livery with Loram Rail decals, having been one of two of the class to be briefly painted in a Balfour Beatty white and blue livery.

The Class 20 model is fitted with a three pole motor connected to the motor bogie via a driveshaft and worm. Traction tyres give the model extra pulling power and an 8 pin DCC socket allow for digital operation.

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67005 is one locomotive assigned to the royal train, a service it has been responsible for since 2004. Initially in EWS maroon, the locomotive would later be named 'Queen's Messenger' 67005 is painted in the royal claret livery and operated by DB Schenker tasked with hauling members of the royal family around the UK.

This Railroad model fitted with a 3 pole motor and simple gearing, proving to be a reliable runner on any layout. The 8 pin DCC socket allows the model to be used on a digital layout where required and its railroad specification makes it ideal as a starter model.

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It's not all class 66 sheds! While the Electro-Motive power might be the most widely used locomotives today many freight companies still have examples of classes 37, 47 and 56 in their fleets. Even a few 50-year-old class 20s are still in service! Until recently EWS had active class 58s and 60s, adding further to the variety of types.