43060 is currently in storage at Long Marston after being introduced by BR in 1977, the unit was built by BREL, as with all other Class 43 units. 43060 was one of a number of units that entered Colas Rail service. While in service, the unit most recently wore a special version of the East Midlands Trains livery featuring the Colas Rail diamond logo.
43049 was built in 1977 and named Neville Hill after it’s depot near Leeds in 1983. 43049 is currently owned by Locomotive Services Limited after changing hands many times at the end of the 2010’s firstly from East Midlands Railway to Porterbrook and then from Porterbrook to LSL. 43049 currently wears the Intercity Swallow Livery.