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67029+003 at Motherwell

 

The Class 67 was built by Alstom in Spain for EWS in 1999/2000.   30 of them were built with 125mph capibility as a replacement for the Class 47's operating on the mail services.   Once these duties ended at the end of the mail contract in 2003, they found other work including hauling the Royal Train, hauling portions of the Caledonian Sleeper on unelectrified track, East Coast Mail Line Thunderbird duties, Fife Circle Peak time passenger services for Scotrail and the Powderhall 'Bins'.

 

Liveries

A number of the fleet retain EWS Red and Gold which they have worn from new.   1 67 wears the new DB Schenker Red Livery, 2 are in Royal Maroon, 2 are in Silver liveries, some are in Chiltern Livery and some in Arriva Trains Wales livery.

 

Fleet List

67001   ATW Blue

67002   ATW Blue

67003   ATW Blue

67004   EWS Red and Gold

67005   Royal Maroon

67006   Royal Maroon

67007   EWS Red and Gold

67008   EWS Red and Gold

67009   EWS Red and Gold

67010   Chiltern Livery

67011   Chiltern Livery

67012   Chiltern Livery

67013   Chiltern Livery

67014   EWS Red and Gold

67015   EWS Red and Gold

67016   EWS Red and Gold

67017   EWS Red and Gold

67018   DB Schenker Red

67019   EWS Red and Gold

67020   EWS Red and Gold

67021   EWS Red and Gold

67022   EWS Red and Gold

67023   EWS Red and Gold

67024   EWS Red and Gold

67025   EWS Red and Gold

67026   Jubilee Silver

67027   EWS Red and Gold

67028   EWS Red and Gold

67029   DB Silver

67030   EWS Red and Gold