Class 60 GBRf 600953rd February 2019
The British Rail Class 60 is a class of Co-Co heavy freight diesel-electric locomotives built by Brush Traction. They are nicknamed Tugs by rail enthusiasts. n the 1980s, British Rail determined there was a requirement for a high-powered Type 5 diesel locomotive for use on its Trainload Freight sector. On 10 August 1987, the British Railways Board issued a competitive tender for response by 7 November, for a fleet of 100 locomotives. Of the six companies invited to tender, only three bid responses were received.
In June 2014 it was reported that 10 locos have been sold to Colas Rail. The numbers are 60 002/021/026/047/056/076/085/087/095/096. The first one to appear in the Colas yellow and orange livery was 60087, which was photographed at Burton-on-Trent on 2 June 2014. In July 2018 Colas Rail sold all ten of its locomotives to GB Railfreight.
At present unit 60095 is the only GBRf owned Class 60 to wear the GBRf livery.
How to install:
1) Navigate to Assets\JustTrains\Class60\RailVehicles\Diesel\Class 60\Mainline
2) Copy class_60_mainline.GeoPcDx
3) Paste in Assets\JustTrains\Class60\RailVehicles\Diesel\Class 60\GBRf