10001 site dating in 2016 online
Stratigraphic Correlation and Isopach Maps of Punjab Platform in Middle Indus Basin, Pakistan, Naseem Aadil and Ghulam Mohyuddin Sohail, #10364 (2011). World Developments in 2006, (From AAPG Explorer, January 2007), #10120 (2007). Early Permian Siliciclastic System of North-Gondwanaland: A Comparison between Nilawahan Group of North Pakistan and Haushi Group of Oman, Iftikhar Ahmed Abbasi, Muhammad Haneef, and Mohammad Asif Khan, #30227 (2012). NI Railways has three of these locomotives, which are now mainly used for ballasting duties since their replacement on the Enterprise and other passenger duties.These locomotives are numbered 8111, 112, and 8113.In November 2006, IÉ began an overhaul programme of twelve units only, leaving the fate of their remaining six units in doubt.By 2009 fourteen 071s had received the new 'Freight Livery’ however not all had received an overhaul.Four similar EMD JT22CW-2 locomotives are used by Serbian Railways, designated as ŽS series 666.
The DBSO driving trailer for this set was due to be delivered in 2009, leading to speculation that this set may remain in service after 2010, and may even see increased use in passenger service.
Currently all the CIÉ locomotives remain in service, being used on freight and permanent way trains.
NIR 112 was on long term loan to Iarnród Éireann from April 2003 until September 2006, when it was returned to Northern Ireland Railways.
In July 2017, loco 073 was overhauled and repainted back to the original Irish Rail livery dating back to 1987 in order to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the company.
The Class 111 as they are known by NI Railways is identical to the Class 071.