Bulldog noses in Germany
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Eichholz Eivel has put all but two roundnoses out of use on 29 October 2010. V170 1147 will be further used for infrastructure trains of
sister company Strabag Rail. 1125 (bought by rail freight company Karpat Vasut, now active in Hungary) is used for work and commercial trains in Hungary. 1149 and later 1143 and 1155 as well were sold to Altmark-Rail
(owned by Michael Frick) for hiring purposes. 1127 is sold to Michael Frick for museum purposes (on loan to Bahnpark Augsburg), 1131 was sold to Erfurter Bahnservice, 1138 and 1151 are now property of Cargo Logistik Rail-Service.
1142 was owned by Braunschweiger Bahn Service, but was sold on to Cargo Logistik Rail-Service in spring 2018.
V170 1125 (ex-DSB MY 1125; NoHAB 2366/1957) has a
Santa Fe livery
; end of revision term 3 March 2016;
V170 1127 (ex-DSB MY 1127; NoHAB 2368/1957; now 92 80 1227 002-3 D-AMR) is in brown DSB livery:
was spare parts donor for the overhaul of the V170 1155 mid 2007 and has been sold to Michael Frick in 2010. It is currently loaned to Bahnpark Augsburg as exhibition piece and is not operational;
V170 1131 (ex-DSB MY 1131; NoHAB 2372/1957; now 9280 1227 003-1 D-EBS; REV 3 March 2016) was in green GM livery, but in DSB black/red cabines livery since December 2010; this loco was used together with the V180 of EBS for
a tank car train service on behalf of RBH Logistics (Deutsche Bahn) between Wiederitzsch and Gera from Monday to Saturday; end of revision term 3 March 2016, it will get a major overhaul and may be another livery in 2017.
Karsdorf is the depot for this locomotive;
V170 1138 (ex-DSB MY 1138; NoHAB 2379/1958; now 92 80 1227 004-9 D-CLR; REV 26 June 2017) is in classical brown DSB livery;
V170 1142 (ex-DSB MY 1142; NoHAB 2383/1958; now 92 80 1227 005-6 D-BSBS; REV 8 May 2016) is in red/black roof livery since June 2012. It is owned by Cargo Logistik Rail-Service (CLR) company and is currently awaiting a major
overhaul in Braunschweig;
V170 1143 (ex-DSB MY 1143; NoHAB 2384/1958; now 92 80 1227 006-4 D-AMR; REV 2007) is in classical brown DSB livery and gets a major overhaul in its depot in Haldensleben since December 2016;
V170 1147 (ex-DSB MY 1147; NoHAB 2598/1964; now 92 80 1227 007-2 D-BRS; REV 27 July 2015) is in Strabag grey with white stripe livery as from February 2013. The loco is operational;
V170 1149 (ex-DSB MY 1149; NoHAB 2600/1964; now 92 80 1227 008-0 D-AMR; REV 25 June 2013) is in a red/brown with yellow stripe livery and is operational.
It is used to transport mineral oil trains between the region of Ingolstadt and Passau and rail car carrier trains between Glauchau and Regensburg for IGE (Internationale Gesellschaft für Eisenbahnverkehr).
It is also used for work trains in Bavaria. Its depot is Haldensleben;
V170 1151 (ex-DSB MY 1151; NoHAB 2602/1965; now 92 80 1227 009-8 D-CLR; REV 19 February 2013) is in brown DSB livery and is operational. Its depot is Möser;
V170 1155 (ex-DSB MY 1155; NoHAB 2606/1965; now 92 80 1227 010-6 D-AMR, REV 18 December 2016) is in red/brown with yellow stripes livery since August 2011 and is operational. It was used for CFL Cargo's
cement train CG 6103 (Taulov-Padborg) in Denmark from January to mid August 2017.
In 2018 NEG bought MY 1148 (NoHAB 2599, 1964, ex-DSB MY 1148) from Scandic Rail Partners ApS (SRP). This former EuroRail Laising MY 1148 locomotive carried a NVAG red livery with white
NVAG stripes, but was painted in classical brown DSB livery in June 2009. The locomotive is currently used by Captrain in Denmark.