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Operators:

Oct 2023-Present: Colas Rail
Jan 2022-Oct 2023: GB Railfreight
Jan 2017 - Jan 2022: Colas Rail
Nov 2007-Jan 2017: DB Cargo
1999-Nov 2007: English, Welsh & Scottish Railways

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Liveries:

2017-Present: Colas Rail Yellow and Orange
1999-2017: EWS Red and Yellow

Current Operator

Colas Rail
Debranded Colas Rail Yellow and Orange

Current Livery

Positional Purpose Only

Date

Change

Detail

October 2023
Operator
Transferred back to Colas Rail from GB Railfreight - believed to be owing to agreement issues with the original transfer
January 2022
Operator
Transferred to GB Railfreight from Colas Rail - remains in Colas livery although now debranded
June 2017
Name
Received the name "Stella"
March 2017
Livery
Repainted into Colas Rail Yellow and Orange livery from it's previous EWS Red & Yellow liveryat Toton T.M.D
January 2017
Operator
Transferred to Colas Rail from DB Cargo UK
November 2007
Operator
Transferred to DB Cargo from English, Welsh & Scottish Railways
July 2001
Landmark
Becomes the first Class 67 to be passed for 125mph running, following bogie modifications.
Prior to this, Class 67s had been restricted to 110mph
Circa March 2000
Status
Delivered to Newport Docks
1999-2000
Status
Built by Alstom Meinfesa in Valencia for Englsh, Welsh & Scottish Railways in EWS Red & Yellow livery
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