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73118

loco log

Operators:

Liveries:

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2007-Present: Barry Tourist Railway
Dec 1994-2007: Eurostar
1966-Dec 1994: British Rail

Dec 1994-Present: EPS 2 Tone Grey
1993-Dec 1994: BR Engineers Yellow & Grey
1987-1993: Intercity Large BR Logo
1966-1987: BR Blue

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Current Operator

Barry Tourist Railway
Eurostar 2 Tone Grey

Current Livery

Positional Purpose Only

Date

Change

Detail

2007
Operator
Transferred to Barry Tourist Railway and into preservation having become surplus to requirements with Eurostar
Circa 1997
Modification
Received the Scharfenberg coupling equipment to enable the loco to couple with the Class 373 units
1996
Name
Had it's "The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway" name removed
December 1994
Operator
Transferred to Eurostar for use as a rescue locomotive having had additional coupling equipment added to make them compatible with Class 373 units
December 1994
Livery
Repainted into EPS 2 Tone Grey in preparation for it's use as a resuce loco for the Class 373 units
1993
Livery
Repainted into BR Engineers Yellow & Grey livery from it's previous Intercity Large BR Logo livery
Early 1987
Name
Received the name "The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway"
Early 1987
Livery
Repainted into Intercity Large BR Logo livery from it's previous BR Blue livery
1973
Number
Renumbered 73118 from E6024
1966
Status
Built at the Vulcan Foundry, Newton-le-Willows for British Railway in BR Blue livery
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