GB Railfreight Class 66 No. 66788 was named Locomotion on September 21 as part of the celebrations to mark a decade and a half since the National Railway Museum opened its outstation in Shildon, County Durham.
Bob Tiller, GBRf engineering director, said: “The work Locomotion does to showcase the history of the railways is an inspiration, and I hope visitors are encouraged to find out more about the important role rail freight plays across the country.”
Pictured are Bob Tiller and Dr Sarah Price, head of Locomotion at the ceremony.
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