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60 Fade-Away is the story of the Brush-built Class 60 in the 21st Century, profiling the fleet and its varying fortunes since the start of the new millennium. 72 minutes of fantastic action coupled with an informative script brings you the whole story. Highlights include: 60100 at Stafford Liverpool - Ironbridge imported coal; 60039 banking 66177 at Bromsgrove on MGRs; coal sector-branded 60090 & 091 on Humberside MGRs; the only 60 never to have been stored, on steel; 60003 at Margam; an immaculate 60087 on Beeston-Cardiff scrap; Corus-liveried 60033 on steel slabs at Longbridge; 60034 on the Cumbrian coast; 60061 & 60070 on Pathfinder's Tyne Line railtour; 60029 on the Metropolis Meanderer; 60097 rescuing an HST on the Lickey; 60001 on the Mid Hants with a railtour; 60034 in East Anglia on a railtour; 60008, 60014, 60034 & 60048 on East Coast oil trains; 60077 at Carstairs on Grangemouth oil; 60025 & 60072 on Humberside tanks; 60087 on Buxton lime; 60023 on Llanwern ore; 60035 & 60039 double-heading on gypsum at Dent; Load -haul liveried 60059 moving gypsum wagons to Eastleigh; 60009, 60034, 60044, 60053 & 60082 Redcar-Hardendale empty lime trains; 60008, 60028, 60048 & 60052 on Santon ore; 60021 at South Bank on Redcar-Tees lime; 60006 days before its last working on Carlisle departmental; 60055 & 60014 on Southern departmentals; GWR green 60081 on RMC stone at Edale; Peak Forest 60s, including 60026, 60072 & 60500; 60014 at Welwyn Garden City on Lafarge self-discharge train; 60500 on Marks Tey sand; 60094 on Silver Bullet china clay; BSC 60006 on china clay at Newton Abbott; 60080 at Morpeth on pipes; 60071 on the Alcan ore train; 60044 & 60090 on Enterprise workings . . . and plenty more!
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