1100 class E-3000E3B's
I'll skip the QUBE locos as we seem to know enough about them as is, 1101 - 1108 are in AUS and have been working with QUBE, blah blah blah
1109 and 1110 that were part of the original QUBE order that was rumoured to be 12 but cut to only 8 haven't been just sitting around in undercoat as has been assumed. It seems that as far back as mid last year at least 1110 has been painted in NRE's new corporate colours along with 1109 and rumour has it 1111 exists and is or is to be painted up the same way for apparent lease work in Australia. They don't look half bad in my opinion in the all over black and white
Oddly enough both 1109 and 1110 are shown as both the background and as one of the sub images in this brochure on the NRE website but not really mentioned at all anywhere else http://www.nre.com/sites/default/files/nre_locoleasing_flyer_lowres_feb2017.pdf
Their 'leasing' page on their site also has a lineup of the front of both locos:
1200 class 3GS24C-DE-AU Gensets
After some digging and a lot of roumour, the 5 locos reported to be built for australia several years back have actually been built. 1201 and 1202 as we know are in the country in their Gold and Blue colours and have been out and about but 1203 as rumoured to be leased to El Zorro at the time has indeed been built and painted in a ELZesque sheme whiel 1204 and 1205 have been pushed to the back of NRE's yard and left in undercoat. No word, not even rumour yet of what the go is with them but I wouldn't be surprised to see them shipped with the other 2 or 3 1100's
1201 and 1202:
1203 over at NRE in the US
1204 and 1205 at the same area, somewhere in the backlots of their yard:
Edit: I somehow completely forgot to add in those little Port Kembla critters, oops!
PB class 2GS16B-AU
Nothing much to say about these, all 7 have arrived and are in service with PN, keeping out of the spotlight. More info or reports of what they're up to would be much appreciated!
Any additions or corrections are very welcome, I find a new builder playing in the Australian scene very interesting to see and what they have to offer