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Diesel/Electric Locomotive Information


Information is up-to-date to September 2015

Class 60 Number 60019

Current Allocation Details






TO - Toton TMD (Notts)


WCAT - DBS Class 60 Standard Fuel Tank Capacity - Toton (TO)


DL - Deutsche Bahn Cherry Red with DB Schenker Branding


Brush Traction, Loughborough



Works Number


60019 Named: Unknown

PATHFINDER TOURS 30 Years of Rail Touring 1973-2003

60019 Named: 03/12/1990 Unamed: 20/05/1996

Wild Boar Fell

60019 Named: 31/08/2012

Port of Grimsby & Immingham

Images for Loco 60019

Brush/BR/EWS/DBS Class 60 No. 60019 at St Georges, Cardiff 2015
Date Photo Taken: 07/04/2015
Date Uploaded 25/09/2015
Image Owner/Copyright: Phil Watkins
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British Rail/Brush Traction/English Welsh and Scottish Railway/DB Schenker Class 60 No. 60019 'Port of Grimsby & Immingham' at St Georges, Cardiff on Tuesay 7th April 2015 in Deutsche Bahn Cherry Red livery. It was originally named 'Wild Boar Fell' when built on 3 December 1990; the name was removed on 20 May 1996. It was then named 'PATHFINDER TOURS 30 Years of Rail Touring 1973-2003'; the name has been removed; It was then named 'Port of Grimsby & Immingham' in August 2012

The Class 60 is a class of Co-Co heavy freight diesel-electric locomotives built by Brush Traction. They are nicknamed Tugs by Rail Enthusiasts. In June 2007 EWS was acquired by DB Schenker, a wholly owned subsidiary of the German railway company, Deutsche Bahn AG. Since working for EWS/DB Schenker, Class 60s have typically been employed on stone, aggregate, ballast and petroleum traffic and also on steel trains. By 2009 many Class 60s were in storage, with only fifteen in operation at any one time

In June 2014 it was reported that 10 locos were sold to Colas Rail. The numbers are 60 002/021/026/047/056/076/085/087/095/096.

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