These locomotives differ from the Irish units in being standard gauge rather than Irish 1600mm gauge and having a full width car-body.After the dissolution of Yugoslavia, the locomotives have been used to haul freight and passenger trains.NI Railways has three of these locomotives, which are now mainly used for ballasting duties since their replacement on the Enterprise and other passenger duties.
The Córas Iompair Éireann 071 Class or Northern Ireland Railways 111 Class is a General Motors Electro-Motive Division EMD JT22CW series diesel-electric locomotive used in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Serbia utilises four similar locomotives as JŽ series 666.
They remain in use for permanent way & engineering duties, and very occasional stock movements and occasional tour trains for the RPSI.
111 and 113 have been tested working in multiple, for use on the steep gradients of the Antrim branch line during ballasting operations, where the additional adhesion at low speed during ballasting is required.
The Córas Iompair Éireann 071 Class locomotives were the principal passenger locomotives on the Irish railway network for twenty years from their introduction in the late 1970s.
They displaced the older CIÉ 001 Class and NIR 101 Class locomotives and were themselves replaced in turn by the new 201 Class locomotives.
Cork Street Road in Passage West has been closed off for a technical examination.
Gardaí believe that medical practitioners should be able to establish if the injuries are consistent with a hit and run or an accidental fall. Gardaí in Passage West have issued an appeal to anyone who may have seen the man last night or early this morning to contact them on (021) 484 1001.
As of July 2017 locos 071, 073, 076, 077, 078, 081, 082, 084, 085, 087 and 088 have been refurbished.
Class members that had been out of use for a number of years have been reinstated into service after overhaul.
In 2016, several members of the class received a commemorative plaque beneath their handbrakes in recognition of their 40 years of service with CIÉ and Iarnród Éireann.