66152 approaches Swindon with a westbound aggregates train.
66152 in charge of 6E55 speeds through Hatton North Junction, the wave from the driver is for my son Joshua, who was frantically waving
DB Schenker liveried 66152 pulls the Lindsey to Kingsbury fuel tanks out of Branston loop after a lengthy stop to wait its path.
DBS 66152 heads the St.Pancras to Ketton empty cement around the curve into Wellingborough.
66152 is still the only DBS Class 66 in the new livery.
DB Schenker 66152 (The only class 66 to be painted in DB Schenker house colours at the time this image was taken) powers North past Ravenstruther(South of Glasgow) with the 6Z36 Carlisle Yard - Gr... (more)
66152,the only Class 66 in DB Schenker livery,hauls the Colnbrook to Lindsey empty fuel tanks away from a signal check at Harrowden Jct, Wellingborough.
66152 is the first of its class to have received corporate colours and is seen here in the evening sunlight as it heads for Barry Docks
Loaded boxes make their way east through Edale from Peak Forest, headed by the uniquely liveried 66152, the easterly wind blowing the stone dust back up the valley.
66152 leads a London Victoria - Swanage passenger charter through the South Downs. This area is soon to gain National Park status.
Class 66, number 66152 is seen on train 6L69 from Peterborough West Yard to Bow. This is the first loco from this class to be repainted in the DB Schenker colour scheme.
The empty refuse train from Calvert to Northolt comes off the Aylesbury branch at Princes Risborough
Having discharged its load of aggregate class 66 heads empty hoppers back from Hothfield.