|Design: Brush Traction|
|Engine: Sulzer Twelve Cylinder 12LDA28C (2580hp)|
|Main Generator: Brush|
|Traction Motors: Brush|
|Wheel Arrangement: Co-Co|
|Total Built: 512 (1962-68 at Loughborough & Crewe)|
|Total : 34|
The Brush designed Class 47’s were arguably the most successful of the classes introduced to replace steam, with over 500 of this Sulzer engined type built between 1962 & 1968. A true mixed traffic engine which could be found all over the BR network. The class is still in use today working both freight and passenger trains for various companies.