Model Details

Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive

U.K.
58023

Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive

Years Released: 1997 1998 (Model Year pages)
Model released for 2 years.

Model: Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive
Running Number: 58023
Category: Diesel Electric Locomotives
Diesel Electric Locomotives
Locomotive Class: Class 58 (Type 5)
Class 58 (Type 5)
Designer: British Rail
Class Information: Development of second generation diesels came slowly to British Railways. But by the mid to late 1970ís the need for more powerful and specialised motive power was so great that BREL produced the Class 58 while production of earlier 56ís was still in progress, being first introduced in December 1982. More...
Weight: 129 tons
Purpose: Heavy Freight
Wheel Arrangement: CO-CO
CO-CO
Model Information: Length - 252mm.
Models Produced: ---
Logo & Box Style:

1997 1998

1997 1998
Company: Mainline - Mainline Freight
Logo: Mainline Logo
Logo Years: 1994 - 1996
Mainline Freight
Livery: Mainline Blue
Mainline Blue
Livery Details: Aircraft blue with a silver bodyside stripe. Large rolling wheels logo with Mainline branding.
Company Information: Mainline Freight was a freight company formed in 1994, and was based in the South-East of England. In 1996 the company was amalgamated with others to form EWS.

Model Ranking:
Current: 2569 - April 2017
Previous: 2482 - March 2017
Movement: (-87)

Model Year Details (2)

YEAR CAT MODEL
1997 R.2011 1997
Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive
1998 R.2011 1998
Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive

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Model Catalogue Information

YEAR INFORMATION
1997 New running numbers this year for the Class 58 in the livery of independent freight operator Mainline, dating it to 1994. The class was first introduced in 1983, and Mainline uses it exclusively to haul Merry Go Round wagans (MGRs) from coal depots to power stations. Type 7 motor supplies the power. Batches of this locomotive will be produced with different running numbers.
1998 Class 58 in the livery of independent freight operator Mainline (1994 onwards). The class was first introduced in 1983, and Mainline (now taken over by EWS) uses it mainly to haul Merry Go Round wagons (MGRs) from coal depots to power stations. But is may well be put to other uses.

Motor Information

YEAR MOTOR
1997 Type 7
1998 Type 7

Price List

YEAR UK PRICE
1998 £49.50

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R.2011 - Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 1997
R.2011 Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 1997

R.2011 - Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 1998
R.2011 Class 58 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 1998


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