|Motor:||ABB 6FRA 7059B traction motors (DC third rail & AC OHLE)|
|Power:||6, 700 hp (5, 000 kW) - 25kV AC
5, 360 hp (4, 000 kW) - 750v DC
The Class 92 is a complicated locomotive with many systems duplicated to avoid the chance of failure in the Channel Tunnel . Most of their work (of those not in storage or working in Europe) these days is on freight but some are also being used on Caledonian sleeper services from London to Scotland, however a number of failures have seen the introduction on these services delayed.
One interesting piece of trivia is that the very last train to be run on British Rail late on 21/11/1997 was hauled by 92 003.
|92 011 in third rail mode at Peckham Rye|
|Caledonian Sleeper 92 014 at Stafford|
|92 028 also at Stafford|
 Colin J Marsden, Diesel & Electric Locomotive Recognition Guide (Ian Allan, 2011) p. 240
 Gavin Morrison, AC Electric Locomotives (Ian Allan, 2013) p. 95