Hornby R3886

DRS, Class 66, Co-Co, 66405, Era 10

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Prototype Era
Era 10 (2005 to 2015) Rebuilding of the Railways

Manufacturer description

66405 entered service with Direct Rail Services in October 2003, retaining the DRS 'Compass' livery until December that year when it was repainted into DRS Malcolm Logistics Services' dark blue scheme.

66405 ran in this livery until 15 April 2011, when it was repainted into the revised Europorte design of GBRf's original yellow/blue livery, having been one of five Class 66s sold to GBRf by DRS. 66405 had been renumbered to 66737 on 4 February 2011, prior to relivery and was subsequently named Lesia on 7 May 2011.

Catalogue listing

Brand:
Hornby
Product Code:
R3886
RRP:
£82.49
Release date:
October 2020

Model details

Colour
Blue
DCC status
DCC Ready 8 pin socket
Finish
Painted
Gauge
OO
Livery
Malcolm Logistic Services
Minimum radius curve
2nd Radius (438mm)
Motor
5 pole skew wound
Power pickup
All wheels
Coupling
NEM / Tension lock
Running number
66405

Prototype information

Locomotive class*
Class 66
Operator
DRS
Motive power
Diesel
Wheel arrangement
Co-Co
Max speed
65 mph / 75 mph
Designer
Electro-Motive Diesel
Built
2003
Built by
Electro-Motive Diesel

* Class names often change over the lifespan of a locomotive, so this is not necessarily the class name used by the operator in the period modelled.

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