Having heard that the unique liveried 60066 was working the Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks,I made a last minute dash to one of my local spots.Not a good move,as Network Rail has parked a whol... (more)
Still a regular class 60 working,the Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks pass Naas Crossing,on the outskirts of Gloucester.
Colas Rail have taken delivery of several ex DBS Class 60 locomotives,which are slowly emerging onto the network,following a full refurbishment.Here is newly painted 60076 passing Barnwood,Glouces... (more)
A work-worn 60035 approaches New Barnetby crossing with an Immingham - Santon loaded Iron Ore train. This route is now the sole surviving Iron Ore rail operation in the UK bringing imported ore to... (more)
My final sunset for 2014- and what a sunset it is!
60035 passes the semaphores at Barnetby with its train of empty iron ore tipplers from Santon to Immingham docks. By next year the Semaphores sh... (more)
DB Schenker class 60 No. 60040 THE TERRITORIAL ARMY CENTENARY enters Barnatby Station with 6M00 Humber - Kingsbury loaded bogie Oil Tanks
60021 is seen leading 6V62 Tilbury-Llanwern west at Denchworth being overtaken by a HST - 12/11/2014
Class 60 No. 60020 heads the daily Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tanks past Wellhouse Grove and along the banks of the River Severn on a wonderful July morning.
Colas Rail Freight is almost certainly a contender for the most interesting locomotive fleet in the UK. As well as more modern locos including a number of class 66's and new class 70's the company... (more)
The daily Robeston to Westerleigh Murco tank working drifts along the banks of the River Severn at Purton,Gloucestershire.The remains in the foreground are that of "Abbey",a wooden barge... (more)
60007 passes Plumley West with a Warrington Arpley to Peak Forrest working
60074 climbs past Brierlow Bar with 6H22 Tunstead-Hindlow
60010 passes Mobberley with 6F05 Tunstead to Oakleigh loaded limestone
Some welcome late winter sun illuminates one of DB Schenker's refurbished Class 60's as it hammers northwards with a heavy trainload of steel coils from South Wales.
The Class 60's were a fleet o... (more)