Class 57/6 Diesel Locomotive
The Class 57s are ex-class 47s that were given new EMD engines and Class 56 traction motors between 1998 and 2004.
The Class 57s each cost about £300,000, which is approximately one third of the cost of a new locomotive. Most of the locos have ETH for running passenger trains, such as the Night Riviera with Great Western Railway.
Currently, Great Western Railway has 4 locos, but aims to acquire another one to improve reliability with them, as they are known for not being the most reliable loco. Occasionally, GWR will hire a Class 57/3 from DRS, normally 57303. It is expected this will be the transfer, as it is very frequently with GWR.
The download includes the Class 57/6, as well as the Mk3 BSO, TSO, RSB, and SLEP in Great Western Railway livery, including nameplates, correct numbering, a new 3D Class 57/6 front, and six quick-drive consists.