Hornby R3919 PD Ports Class 66 Co-Co 66109 Teesport Express.
Arriving in the United Kingdom on 28 May 1999 as part of the original order of 250 Class 66 locomotives, 66109 entered traffic with EWS, allocated to Toton. The EWS fleet was absorbed into the DB Schenker fleet on 1 January 2009 and retained its base maroon and yellow livery right up until the end of April 2019, when it received the PD Ports dark blue livery. On 25th April, 66109 was named Teesport Express to celebrate the success of PD Ports' second daily rail freight connection to Scotland, five years after the launch of the Intermodal Rail Terminal at Teesport.
It can use the Hornby R8249 DCC decoder and the Hornby S0186-8 sound decoder.
It is 280mm (length).