Bardon Aggregates liveried 66623 approaches wellingborough on the Angerstein Wharf to Bardon Hill empties.
A rather grubby 66623 'Bill Bolsover' in Bardon aggregates livery approaches Wellingborough on the Thorney Mill to Bardon Hill empty aggregates.
Freightliner only operate two Class 66 locos in 'customer livery' out of their entire fleet. 66623 received Bardon Aggregates adornment in recognition of Freightliners appreciation at the award of... (more)
Sporting Bardon Aggregates livery 66623 "Bill Bolsover" exits Wymington tunnel with the Earles to West Thurrock loaded cement train .
Bardon liveried 66623 heads the Earles to West Thurrock cement south through Wellingborough.
This loco is rumoured to be one of the next to be shipped to Poland for Freightliner PL.
Road and rail traffic negotiate the Cumbrian Fells as a ballast train composed of a rake of immaculate trucks descends Shap behind a GM-built class 66.
The Thorney Mill to Bardon Hill empty aggregates train approaches Wellingborough behind Bardon liveried 66623.
Freightliner 66623,in Bardon Aggregates livery,heads south through Wellingborough on a stone train bound for London.
The only locomotive in this customer livery (Bardon Aggregates), hauls a train of cement wagons slowing for its destination.
66623,in Bardon aggregates livery,passes through Wellingborough on the Croft to Neasden stone train.
Bardon Aggregates liveried 66623 working the 6Z60 13:18 Neasden Stone Terminal – Hackney Yard passes Cockwood Harbour on Thursday 12th April 2007.
The Thorney Mill to Bardon Hill empty stone passes Kangeroo Spinney behind 66623 in Bardon livery.