On the 28th January 2012, four of the six Network Rail class '57s' were present in Tonbridge yard. In this particular illustration, Network Rail's 57306 (nearest the camera) and 57312 top-and-tail four new Ice and Snow control wagons (7095940026, 7095940042, 7095940125 and 7095940018) and are sandwiched between snowplough wagons 7095920010 (nearest the camera) and 7095920069. The bizarre train made a quiet outing to Ashford and return under the headcode 7z99. Shortly after returning to Tonbridge, the consist is photographed settling in one of the far sidings in Tonbridge yard. 57301 and 57310 are at Eastleigh, whilst 57303 worked as the 0Z57 Eastleigh yard to Tonbridge yard and 57305 was already stabled at Tonbridge yard in front of 73141. (See below):
On the 12th October 2015, DRS 37607 and 37218 ran light engine from Crewe Gresty Bridge to Margam to pick up Snowploughs nos. ZZAADB 965223 and ZZADB 965235 and take them to Cardiff Canton. The unusual consist is captured arriving at Miskin loop working as the 7Z15 1225 Margam to Cardiff Canton.
Shortly after departing Miskin loop, the consist is captured at St Georges just west of Cardiff.
Shortly after departing Margam, snowplough ZZAADB 965223 leads 37218, 37607 and ZZAADB 965235 at Pyle working as the 7Z15 1225 Margam to Cardiff Canton on the 12th October 2015.