British Rail Class 90 Power type: Electric Builder: BREL Crewe Works Build date: 1987–1990 Total produced: 50 Configuration: Bo-Bo
The British Rail Class 90 electric locomotives were built by BREL at Crewe in 1987-1990, weighing 84.5 tonnes and with a top speed of 110 mph (180 km/h). They operate from 25 kV AC overhead lines and produce 5,000 bhp (3,700 kW). The class is employed on express passenger and heavy freight trains. Their main passenger roles include the Caledonian Sleeper plus freight operations are with DB Schenker and Freightliner on a mixture of roles mainly on the West Coast Main Line and the Great Eastern Main Line.
British Rail Class 67 Power type: Diesel-electric Builder: Meinfesa: Alstom, Valencia Model: JT-42-HWHS Build date: 1999–2000 Total produced : 30 Configuration: Bo-Bo
The Class 67 locomotives are a class of Bo-Bo diesel electric mainline locomotives which were built for the English, Welsh and Scottish Railway between 1999 to 2000 by Alstom at Meinfesa in Valencia, Spain with drive components (engine and transmission) from General Motors Diesel. Thirty locomotives were ordered in a £45million contract split between Alstom and General Motors for use by the English, Welsh and Scottish Railway (EWS) as Class 47 replacements for use on high-speed mail trains and passenger trains. The locomotives were obtained on a 15 year lease from Angel Trains.