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Diesel locomotives - Class 60

The class 60 Co-Co was the last class designed for British Rail.
100 locomotives were built between 1989-92 by Brush at
their Loughborough works. They are a Type 5 heavy haul
diesel fitted with the Mirrlees 8MB275T engines.

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60017
Newport
4 September 1997

60041
Cardiff Canton
20 May 2002


60005 and 60045
Newport
18 May 2001

60096
Newport
26 November 1997


60001 and Class 66 66029
Newport Godfrey Road
23 August 2002

60005
Newport Godfrey Road
18 May 2001

60006 and Class 57 57001
Toton Open Day
29 August 1998


60006
Newport Godfrey Road
21 February 2003

60006
Newport Station
21 February 2003

60006 and 56067
Newport Godfrey Road
21 February 2003


60009
Newport
13 August 2002

60011
Newport
13 August 2002

60014 and 60032
Cardiff Canton
13 August 2002


60020
Leicester
20 October 1990

60030
Newport
21 May 2002

60032, 60001 and Cl.56 56061
Toton
24 August 1991


60036
Brush Works Loughborough
20 October 1990

60036
Brush Works Loughborough
20 October 1990

60041
Cardiff Canton
4 September 1997


60041
Newport Station
18 February 2002

60048
Toton
24 June 1993

60052
Newport Godfrey Road
9 December 1998


60060, 60041 and 66166
Newport Godfrey Road
15 February 2001

60066
Newport
18 February 2001

60066
Cardiff Canton
18 February 2001


60075
Toton
24 July 1993

60081
Newport Godfrey Road
13 August 2002

60083
Newport Station
18 May 2001


60085
Newport Station
21 February 2003

60088
Cardiff Canton
15 February 2001

60096
Newport
26 November 1997

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