Irish Rail Class 201 diesel

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This engine was initially built to run with Dfenz's carriages but that never really worked, partly because of the M-motors in the engine.
I've recently rebuilt it to use the PF L-motor and as I did that I decided to put it into MLCad as well. As a result I now know that there are way more parts in this model than I thought: around 950!
Like in real life, even though it has the Intercity branding it will be pulling freight as there's no more work for these engines in the passenger service.

Irish Rail Class 201 by Duq, on Flickr

Below I have 'ghosted' part of the body to reveal the Power Functions elements inside:

Irish Rail Class 201 by Duq, on Flickr