An interesting pair of locos were captured on 28 September 2016 powering Colas Rail Freights 6Y48, the 09.01 Eastleigh Yard to Hoo Junction, which was powered by on hire GBRf Class 66 No. 66721 and piloted by Freightliner Class 66/5 No. 66522. The train was reported to be driven by a Colas driver. The unusual combination is seen passing Basingstoke. Mark V. Pike
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