Toronto Star: Wednesday June 11, 2008; Business Section page B3. TONY BOCK/TORONTO STAR Shipping Trains: Locomotives line up for loading ahead of a transatlantic trip. Six new diesel locomotives, built by Electro-Motive Diesel, Inc. of London, Ont., stand quayside this week at Marine Terminal 51 in Toronto's Outer Harbour, near the foot of Cherry St. The locomotives were being loaded on to Jumbo Shipping's MV Stellanova for shipement to Britian and delivery to Freightliner Group Ltd., the largest carrier of intermodal freight in the U.K. Hundreds of the locomotives have been supplied to European railways by EMD, which was a division of General Motors until it was sold off in 2005. Class: 66 Weight tonnes: 127 Brake force tonnes: 68 ETH index: 0 RA: 7 Max Speed mph: 75 The photograph is from the Toronto Star Webpage. There is also a photo showing one of the locomotives being hoisted onto the ship by a crane and a picture of the builder's plate in the actual newspaper.