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Diesel and Electric Locomotive Classes of the UK
"Just a few questions on the locomotives of the UK, new and old."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
On the main line the first 19 classes of the British TOPS system (01001-19999) are classified as what?
Which locomotive class is affectionately known as the 'Grids'?
Prior to 2004 how many class 66 locomotives did EWS operate?
Which sort of locomotive was used in the Great Train Robbery?
Which one of the following main line operators does NOT operate a class 57 locomotive?
Which locomotives are classified as HSTs (High Speed Trains)?
Which of the following pairs, do NOT operate as 'push-pull' sets?
73 + 489
90 + 71
86 + 9700
91 + DVT
Which class number was eventually assigned to the early 1960s "Falcon" prototype locomotive?
What is the nickname of the class 37 locomotives?
Which of these classes DO NOT have only one remaining member certified for Railtrack use?
Where in the UK would you find locomotive 03179?
Old Oak Common
Why were the class 52s nicknamed 'Westerns'?
They usually ran in the western region of the country
They were all based at Western Road depot
They were designed by John Western
They were fitted with new Western Engines
South West Trains own one locomotive. What class is it?
How many 73s used to be used for sandite work on the electrified Merseyrail line?
Last but not least, which of these is NOT a current OR past scrap merchant on the railways?
Booth Roe, Rotherham
T J Thompson Stockton, Bolton
Springs Branch, Wigan
Barrow Hill, Chesterfield
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