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Era 9 (1995 to 2004) Initial Privatisation
60070 John Loudon McAdam was built at Brush Traction's works in October 1991 and named on October 28, 1991. Along with 60050 and 60064, 60070 John Loudon McAdam was one of only three locomotives to carry the Loadhaul branding over the existing Rail freight triple grey livery, rather than the more familiar black with yellow ends.
60070 was put into storage on August 31, 2004 and is currently stored at DB Schenker's Toton site.
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