• Number: D2, originally D5702
  • Class: BR Class 28
  • Designer: Metropolitan-Vickers
  • Builder: Bowesfield Works
  • Built: 1958
  • Configuration: Co-Bo
  • Top Speed: 75 mph
  • Arrived on Sodor: 1962

BoCo is a mixed traffic diesel engine on the North Western Railway, who works on Edward's Branch Line.




BoCo is painted in the BR Brunswick green livery, with yellow warning panels. The number "D2" is painted on his cab sides in white. He formerly had the number "D5702" and the BR "Cycling Lion" crest painted on his sides


  • His name is an affectionate reversal of his wheel arrangement, Co-Bo.
North Western Railway
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