"Garston" in Southern England eh? That is a new one on me!!
GBRf Class 92's normally operate on the following subject to suitable passed Class 92 drivers.
6X41 (MO) 03.30hrs Dagenham - Garston CT
6X41 (MSX) 00.32hrs Dagenham - Garston CT
6X41 (SO) 00.29hrs Dagenham - Garston CT
6L48 (SX) 15.49hrs Garston CT - Dagenham
6L48 (SO) 14.09hrs Garston CT - Dagenham
6X43 (TO-Q) 05.09hrs Dagenham - Garston CT
6L47 (TO-Q) 22.25hrs Garston CT - Dagenham.
This week it has been a Class 66 with I believe 66753 doing the honours. 6X43/6L47 not operated this week.
The Trafford Park train went over to 66s to 'free up' 92sWhy did GBRF stop using 92s to places like Trafford Park?
Obvious?? GBRf 92s have not worked the sleepers to/fromWell the obvious is Euston.
Those trains are all 66-hauled these days, I'm afraid.Is the Wembley Euro Freight Ops Centre to Daventry service a 92? And what about the Dollands Moor to Wembley and Daventry trains?
Those trains are all 66-hauled these days, I'm afraid.
As per my original post on the first page of in this topic, the only regular
workings for DB 92s west of Dollands Moor these days are the Transfesa
services to/from Ripple Lane via HS1.
It can happen - a 92 has even worked the 6S94 china clay this year,I swear one of the 6M45 'water train' turns was 92-hauled in recent memory,