So no, not scrap, it is as fgwrich says.60044 60096 and 60100 (all WNTS) at Toton have been assigned for movement to St Blazey for further secure storage. Some of the sidings in Toton Yard are going over to Network Rail for stabling the HOBC train and a number of stored Class 60s are in the way.
With that many engine hours it is possible that Network Rail won't allow them to operate on the main line until they have been overhauled. I seem to remember a few years ago that EWS had to decide whether to overhaul or withdraw any class 37, 56 or 58 which reached a certain number of engine hours.60044 and 100 are not demic. Apparently both are repairable, albeit high hour loco's - I've seen a post somewhere on WNXX suggesting 044 just needs a new start motor and traction motor repairs but has over 19000 hours on the clock. 100 has just under 18000 hours, so if you were going to repair either of them it would be 100 that's more feasible - however, they're both just purely for storage.