Transport Fever 2Vehicles

BR Class 37/9 Slugs V2.0 Transport Fever 2

This Pack Includes All Liveries Carried By Class 37/9s in their Life Times.

In 1986 BR Decided to Make 6 Prototype Locos Out of 6 Class 37 Locomotives, 37s 150 (901), 148 (902), 249 (903), 125 (904), 136 (905) And 206 (906), they were Originally gonna be classified as Class 38 Locos but instead decided to just go for A Subclass Class 37/9, the locos were converted in 1986 and 1987 with numbers 901, 902, 905, 906 being completed in 1986 and 903 and 904 breaking cover a year later. locos 901 to 904 were fitted with the Mirrlees 6MB275T & 905 and 906 Being given the Ruston 6RK270T, and they got straight to work on iron ore and steel dutys around South Wales, all locos were based at Cardiff Canton Depot, and all got a grey large logo paint job. in 1992 the entire fleet were given Triple Grey Paint Jobs with Metal Sector Markings 902 and 904 carried A plain Version Of Triple Grey From 1988 and 1989, 1995 saw the fleets decline, with only 901 and 906 getting the new privatisation livery TransRail, and the Last Loco from the fleet got withdrawn in 1998, But it wasnt over yet, 906 was resurrected For the EWS Classic Traction Event in 1999 and it showed that the class wasnt dead yet and wasnt going to die without a fight, after the gala 906 Became Fondly Known Publicly as Slug6 it was a nickname drivers gave it over the years as it became a pet loco through the years. Slugs was also a nickname given to the class by Enthusiasts cuz of their tendency to move like one. in 2000 906 went to another gala and also was repainted back into its original grey largelogo livery, and was later preserved by the ruston 906 group in 2005. some of its brothers weren’t so lucky 902, 903 and 904 were scrapped in 2005, but 901 and 905 were preserved by preserved lines, although in 2015 a big shake up happened. 905 and 906 were bought by UK Rail Leasing, and 901 Went to EuroPheonix and gained the full livery in 2019 but still hasnt run with europheonix, 905 has now been stored at leicester and 906 is currently in bits being refurbed by the Ruston 906 Group,

37901 RF Large Logo “Mirrlees Pioneer” 1986
37902 RF Large Logo 1986
37903 RF Large Logo 1987
37904 RF Large Logo 1987
37905 RF Large Logo “Vulcan Enterprise” 1986
37906 RF Large Logo 1986
37902 Triple Grey No Sector 1988
37904 Triple Grey No Sector 1989
37901 Triple Grey Metals Sector “Mirrlees Pioneer” 1990
37902 Triple Grey Metals Sector “British Steel Llanwern” 1990
37903 Triple Grey Metals Sector 1990
37904 Triple Grey Metals Sector 1990
37905 Triple Grey Metals Sector “Vulcan Enterprise” 1990
37906 Triple Grey Metals Sector 1990
37901 Transrail “Mirrlees Pioneer” 1995
37906 Transrail 1995
37901 Transrail Slug1 “Mirrlees Pioneer” 1998
37902 Triple Grey Metals Sector Slug2 1998
37903 Triple Grey Metals Sector Slug3 1998
37904 Triple Grey Metals Sector Slug4 1998
37905 Triple Grey Metals Sector Slug5 1998
37906 Transrail Big Slug 1998
37906 Transrail “Star of the East” 1999
37906 Transrail “Star of the South” 2000
37906 RF Large Logo (Preserved) 2000
37901 RF Large Logo (Preserved) “Mirrlees Pioneer” 2005
37905 Triple Grey Metals Sector (Preserved) 2009
37905 BR Green Yellow Panel 2012
37901 EuroPheonix “Mirrlees Pioneer” 2019
37905 BR Green Yellow Panel Black Box 2019

Enjoy there is plenty more packs to come.

Credits: Freelancer, Funclive, cw_315

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