GB Railfreight has reliveried Class 66 No. 66747 in branding to mark its growing relationship with Yorkshire-based haulier and logistics company Newell & Wright.
The loco was named Made in Sheffield at the London Gateway freight terminal on July 9, two
years after running the first service for the company.
GB now operates trains, including containers for Newell & Wright from London Gateway to Rotherham five days per week.
The newly painted loco is seen after the naming ceremony. RICHARD GENNIS
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