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A GWR King in Minehead Station; Great Western Railway (GWR) 6000 Class 6024 King Edward I is a preserved steam locomotive. She ran from 1930 to 1962 for the Great Western Railway and latterly British Railways hauling express passenger services.

A GWR King in Minehead Station; Great Western Railway (GWR) 6000 Class 6024 King Edward I is a preserved steam locomotive. She ran from 1930 to 1962 for the Great Western Railway and latterly British Railways hauling express passenger services.

GWR 2-6-0 5322 train, Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, Oxfordshire, England

GWR 2-6-0 5322 train, Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, Oxfordshire, England

BR A4 60014 Silver Fox

BR A4 60014 Silver Fox

British Rail Britannia class locomotive No. 70000. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

British Rail Britannia class locomotive No. 70000. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Kings bowed out during 1962 but unlike the Castles never suffered the indignity of relegation to menial jobs: and as soon as 1971 locomotive 6000 "King George V" returned to steam on British Rail metals. Working out of Swindon on the final leg of a round tour with the Bulmer's Pullman train that 7 October, "King George V" - seen above passing North Pole Junction, West London and the lens of Michael A. Morant

The Kings bowed out during 1962 but unlike the Castles never suffered the indignity of relegation to menial jobs: and as soon as 1971 locomotive 6000 "King George V" returned to steam on British Rail metals. Working out of Swindon on the final leg of a round tour with the Bulmer's Pullman train that 7 October, "King George V" - seen above passing North Pole Junction, West London and the lens of Michael A. Morant

Steam Railway

Steam Railway

GWR Queen Boadica

GWR Queen Boadica

LMS 6399 Fury The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) No. 6399 Fury was an unsuccessful British experimental express passenger locomotive. The intention was to save fuel by using high-pressure steam, which is thermodynamically more efficient than low-pressure steam.

LMS 6399 Fury The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) No. 6399 Fury was an unsuccessful British experimental express passenger locomotive. The intention was to save fuel by using high-pressure steam, which is thermodynamically more efficient than low-pressure steam.

GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 No 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe hauling the Whistling Ghost Excursion train entering Bristol Temple Meads. Trains!

GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 No 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe hauling the Whistling Ghost Excursion train entering Bristol Temple Meads. Trains!

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