EMD JT42CWR / "CLASS 66" / BR 266

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This locomotive class is a EMD JT42CWR and was designed for Great Britain and the narrower loading gauge here. In Great Britain these locomotive belong to class 66. The locomotives have proven reliable, and have spread to the continent, where they have several different classes, varying from company to company - but the locomotives UIC-"class" is normally 266.
Heavy Haul Power International 59 003

Heavy Haul Power International 59 003 (220 kb)

Actually a class 59, which class 66 is derived from. Also this locomotive wear Heavy Hauls "motto", F = ma. Hamburg-Harburg on November 19, 2010, 13:23.
Heavy Haul Power International 29004

Heavy Haul Power International 29004 (253 kb)

Heavy Haul Power International 29004 "Dave Meehan" (aka 266 027) runs through Verden (Aller) with a loaded(?) coal train (Wilhelmshaven Ölweiche - Minden/Petershagen-Lahde), consisting of D-BRIL and B-LNS Falns hoppers, on November 27, 2018, 13:09.
Heavy Haul Power International 29005

Heavy Haul Power International 29005 (399 kb)

Heavy Haul Power International 29005 "Ted Gaffney" (aka 266 029) runs through Bremen Hbf with belgian Xpedys (B-XPS) 4 axle Falns wagons, probably a coal train Minden - Wilhelmshaven, on July 9, 2018, 16:38.
Heavy Haul Power International 561-5

Heavy Haul Power International 561-5 (348 kb)

Heavy Haul Power International 561-5 (aka 266 042) with a freight in Hamburg-Harburg on June 12, 2015, 18:47.
HGK DE 61

HGK DE 61 (342 kb)

HGK (Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln) DE 61 (aka 266 061) in Köln West on June 11, 2010, 17:05.
HGK DE 62

HGK DE 62 (288 kb)

HGK (Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln) DE 62 (aka 266 062) with a VTG tank car train in Hamburg-Harburg on April 8, 2009, 17:07.
Heavy Haul Power International PB 04

Heavy Haul Power International PB 04 (247 kb)

Heavy Haul Power International PB 04 (aka 266 063) with GATX Faccns hoppers in Hamburg-Harburg on March 11, 2016, 18:38.
HGK DE 668

HGK DE 668 (199 kb)

HGK (Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln) DE 668 (aka 266 068) heads a tank car train through Buchholz on November 19, 2010, 11:09.
Rheincargo DE 669

Rheincargo DE 669 (299 kb)

Rheincargo DE 669 (aka 266 069) with a freigth in Hamburg-Harburg on June 12, 2015, 20:29.
MRCE 653-05

MRCE 653-05 (216 kb)

MRCE 653-05, probably rented to Rurtalbahn, heads a Rail Polska tank car train at Hulteneindsestraat, Hulten, The Netherlands, on June 8, 2009, 14:08.
DB Cargo 077 004

DB Cargo 077 004 (413 kb)

DB Cargo 077 004 (ex-Euro Cargo Rail 077 004) runs through Lintorf with EK 54216 (empty wagons, Oberhausen Osterfeld Sud - Düsseldorf Rath) on July 18, 2018, 17:09.
DB Cargo 077 025

DB Cargo 077 025 (319 kb)

DB Cargo 077 025 (ex-Euro Cargo Rail 077 025) runs light engine through Bremen Hbf on November 28, 2017, 12:32.
DB Cargo 077 033

DB Cargo 077 033 (374 kb)

DB Cargo 077 033 (ex-Euro Cargo Rail 077 033) with empty wagons at Duisburg Lotharstrasse, probably EK 54216 (Oberhausen Osterfeld Sud - Düsseldorf Rath), on July 14, 2017, 17:26.
DB Cargo 247 026

DB Cargo 247 026 (314 kb)

DB Cargo 247 026 (aka 266 426, ex-Euro Cargo Rail 077 026) with 4 axle Falns hoppers at Duisburg Lotharstrasse on July 14, 2017, 13:02.
DB Cargo 247 034

DB Cargo 247 034 (305 kb)

DB Cargo 247 034 (aka 266 434, ex-Euro Cargo Rail 077 034) with empty wagons at Duisburg Lotharstrasse on July 14, 2017, 17:32.
Heavy Haul Power International 29001

Heavy Haul Power International 29001 (291 kb)

Heavy Haul Power International 29001 "Hans Čermak" (aka 266 461) runs through Verden (Aller) with a train consisting of 4-axle Xpedys Falns hoppers on November 5, 2013, 14:16.
Heavy Haul Power International 29001

Heavy Haul Power International 29001 (332 kb)

Heavy Haul Power International 29001 "Hans Čermak" (aka 266 461) runs through Bremen Hbf with a train consisting of 4-axle Xpedys Falns hoppers, probably an empty coal train Lahde/Minden - Wilhelmshaven, on March 31, 2017, 17:24.

Updated December 3, 2018 / copyright Finn Møller
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