Between March 1976 and May 1980, the South African Railways placed one hundred Class 35-400 General Electric type U15C diesel-electric locomotives in branch line service. They were designed by Gen... (more)
Preserved Class 35 "Hymek" D7017 at Ker Moor during the West Somerset Railway Diesel Gala.
A guest locomotive at the Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway diesel gala was the Beyer Peacock (Hymek) diesel hydraulic no D7017. It was a very popular visitor from the West Somerset Railway. H... (more)
101 Class 35 Hydraulic locomotives were built between 1961 and 1964,and were used on a vatiety of work on the former Western Region of British Rail.The locos had all been withdrawn from use by the... (more)
Introduced in 1961,the class 35 "Hymeks" were fitted with Maybach MD870 engines,rated at 1740 h.p.,making them ideal mixed traffic locos.101 examples were built,but the fact that they were hydraul... (more)
35 066 leaves Kalbaskraal with this unique Metro. There are only a few Metro's hauled by Diesel in South Africa. Once the the train branches off at Kraaifontain, their is no electrical power.
During the East Lancashire Railway Diesel gala, class 35 no D7076 leaves summerseat station heading towards Bury.