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  1. (Had a search on this site, but I could only find an existing thread on livery nicknames, not class nicknames.) I've heard a few but wondered if anyone could add to the following - 121 Class - Yanks 141/181 Class - Small/Baby GMs 071 Class - Big GMs 201 Class - River Class 22000 Class - ICRs Does anyone know of any other nicknames for the above or for other classes? Regards, Ben.
  2. I found this photo somewhere a while back and saved it. Unfortunately I can't remember where I found it and I wondered if anyone could identify the location: Regards, Ben.
  3. Been wondering for a while what the power-at-rail of a 201 Class is. I've looked in various ITG books and the most recent Platform 5 Irish Railways book but none give the power-at-rail for a River class. Would anyone happen to know what it is? I've seen 2,970hp traction listed on Wikipedia but I assume this is simply what you can get out of the 3,200hp for moving the train and not the actual power-at-rail rating? Thanks in advance, regards Ben.
  4. Murphy Models Class 071/111,Class 201 & Bachmann/Murphy Models Class 141/181.... Please Subscrible 2 My Channel:Rails_of_Belfast. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIrmtvHTm4RHcUnDQCxMOOA?view_as=subscriber
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