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Richard Bywater Oct 19
Class 47 diesel locos undergoing attention inside Crewe Diesel Depot 15/6/90. Shell namer 47368 'Neritidae' in Railfreight Petroleum with Crewe Diesel's Cheshire Cat depot plaque & 47811 in InterCity colours.
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Richard Bywater Oct 21
Speedlink Air Braked freight service near March 8/5/83. British Rail Class 37 diesel loco 37084 hauls a mix of HEA coal hoppers, Distillers Grain Polybulks, CO2 tanks and OBA opens. When Wagonload was cool!
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Richard Bywater Oct 21
No.709 : British Railways 12 Ton Ventilated Van ADB778331 built Wolverton 1959. One of the handful that received Air Brakes. To ME engineers use as TOPS code ZRB. Olive green livery at Three Bridges 27/8/90
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Trade Promotion Council of India Oct 20
In September, traffic increased by 15% and till October 13, it was 18% more YOY. This is due to a shift of at least 6-7% traffic from roads to railway in these months, led by , , and finished .
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Colas Rail UK Oct 23
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Richard Bywater Oct 21
Oddball Railfreight Petroleum Sector liveried Class 56 diesel loco 56036 double heads British Steel Tippler Wagons with classmate 56049. Rounding the curve in to Cardiff Central station 10/2/89.
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Richard Bywater Oct 18
Fresh out of the box from Doncaster Works! Pristine large logo blue livery on British Rail Class 56 diesel loco 56106 on a rake of HAA MGR coal hoppers at Worksop 5/8/82. Now awaiting Class 69 conversion but missing 1 cab.
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Richard Bywater Oct 21
Northenden Junction 27/5/89. Railfreight Red Stripe pair of British Rail Class 37 diesels 37677 & 37688 on ICI bogie limestone hoppers. Nice clag!
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Richard Bywater Oct 20
British Rail Class 58 diesel loco 58015 hauls refuse containers along the Great Western Main Line near Denchworth 11/8/95
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DB Cargo UK Oct 20
Leading the next generation of , we are committed to helping the UK Government reach its climate target of net zero by 2050.
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Richard Bywater Oct 16
Barrow Hill 14/3/90. West Highland Large Logo liveried British Rail Class 37 diesel loco 37408 'Loch Rannoch' heads a rake of Dogfish Ballast hoppers. Rather mundane working for a 37/4!
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Richard Bywater Oct 18
TransRail version of Railfreight Triple Grey livery on Class 37 diesel loco 37693 in the sidings at Lostwithiel Station, Cornwall 24/5/99
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Richard Bywater Oct 19
A pair of Choppers on Toton depot 4/6/89. British Rail Class 20 loco 20170 in Railfreight Grey paired with BR blue classmate 20177.
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Richard Bywater Oct 19
British Rail Class 47 diesel loco 47233 'Stromidae' hauls a long rake of BP Liquid Petroleum Gas tankers at Low Gill 9/2/90. One of the Shell namers in Railfreight Petroleum colours.
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Richard Bywater Oct 21
Debranded Railfreight Triple grey colours on British Rail Class 58 diesel loco 58024 at Toton depot 25/2/95. The bone looking a little tired, it ended up in Spain and was scrapped there 2019.
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Richard Bywater Oct 20
Refurbished British Rail Class 37 diesel loco 37699 in original Railfreight Grey livery works a rake of empty Vacuum Braked MDV 21 Ton mineral wagons past a Class 08 shunting a Ferry Van at Cardiff Pengam 22/6/89
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Richard Bywater Oct 19
Par Station, Cornwall 9/8/88. British Rail Class 37 diesel loco 37675 'William Cookworthy' in Railfreight Red Stripe hauls Bogie Tiger Clay wagons as Class 122 Bubblecar 55012 bursts in to life.
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EDVIN KORNELIUS Oct 18
- and join the - freight corridor - thus, - connection has become part of the corridor network --
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Richard Bywater Oct 20
No.708 : British Railways 20 Ton Ferry Van B787140 built at Ashford 1963. Became an RBX Barrier wagon. Faded Bauxite livery 'Through to the Continent by British Rail' still visible on the door! Three Bridges 27/8/90
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DCRail Oct 22
Another great video from highlighting what the increased capacity to the network can do for Railfreight within the UK and in turn our economy.
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