EWS locomotive 66041 stands at the head of
train 6N35 just outside of West Ewell station on 6th September
2008. The train had brought new ballast from Hoo Junction, which
is being unloaded by mechanical excavators.
66041 waits with
train 6N35 while it is being unloaded at West Ewell station on 6th September
A closer view of 66041. This
locomotive was built by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors
(GM-EMD) at their London, Ontario, facility in Canada. Photograph taken
at West Ewell on 6th September
When locomotive 66041 had left the work site
her place was taken by 66021 and train 6N35 which had brought ballast
from Hoo Junction. This
locomotive too was built by General Motors in Canada.
The first few wagons in train 6N35 were type
MLA, built by Greenier at their Wagony Swidnica facility in
Poland. This example carries a makers plate indicating it was
built in 2008.
The next few vehicles in train 6N35 were type
JNA "Falcon" privately owned wagons built by Astro Vagone of
Arad in Romania. This example was NLU 29056, belonging to Network
Rail's National Logistics Unit.