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King George V Canvas Print Collection

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36 Canvas Prints

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V emerging from Middle Hill Tunnel

No 6000 King George V emerging from Middle Hill Tunnel
4-6-0 King Class locomotive. Built 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King Geoge V outside the old Swindon Railway Museum, March 1992

King Geoge V outside the old Swindon Railway Museum, March 1992
Seen here on a low loader awaiting delivery to the Museum

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V hauling an express train

King George V hauling an express train

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No. 6000, King George V

No. 6000, King George V
4-6-0 King Class locomotive, built 1927. Now in preservation

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: Former Railway Queen, Mabel Kitson

Former Railway Queen, Mabel Kitson
Former Railway Queen Mabel Kitson is pictured here in October 1971 with King Class locomotive, King George V. She was in Hereford for the H.P Bulmer's return to steam tour

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V with its team in America, 1927

King George V with its team in America, 1927
King George V on static display at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad centenary celebrations in America, in 1827. Standing in front of the locomotive is the crew

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V and an Intercity 125 at Paddington Station, 1971

King George V and an Intercity 125 at Paddington Station, 1971
An image where two eras of the railway meet; the King George V locomotive and an Intercity 125 are seen here at Paddington Station, London in 1971

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: Railway Queen Mabel Kitson on King George V at Swindon, 1928

Railway Queen Mabel Kitson on King George V at Swindon, 1928
Railway Queen Mabel Kitson, photographed on the running board of GWR locomotive King George V, at Swindon Works in 1928. Mabel became Railway Queen in 1927, aged 15

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V in the USA, 1927

No 6000 King George V in the USA, 1927
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927. Seen here at the Baltimore and Ohio Railway with Britannia played by Lilian Schueler, Driver Young and Fireman Pearce

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V and North Star outside Swindon Works, June 1927

No 6000 King George V and North Star outside Swindon Works, June 1927
4-6-0 King class locomotive, King George V, and 2-2-2 broad gauge locomotive, North Star, prepare to be transported to the USA for display on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V and North Star on board the SS Chicago City, 1927

King George V and North Star on board the SS Chicago City, 1927
King George V and North Star undercover and tethered on the SS Chicago City, for their transportation to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary celebrations in America in 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Cardiff Docks, 1927

King George V at Cardiff Docks, 1927
King George Vs boiler being craned at Cardiff Docks, on its way to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary celebrations in America in 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V in America in 1927

King George V in America in 1927
King George V with the crew that travelled with the locomotive to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary celebrations in America in 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V, pre 1969

King George V, pre 1969

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Swindon Works, 1979

King George V at Swindon Works, 1979

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V crossing Usk Railway Bridge, Newport, 1977

King George V crossing Usk Railway Bridge, Newport, 1977

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V with a Borough of Swindon headboard, 1974

King George V with a Borough of Swindon headboard, 1974

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V, 1969

King George V, 1969

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1927

King George V at Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1927
A view of locomotive no. 6000 King George V at Birmingham Snow Hill Station, 1927. The image shows the bell at the front of the loco and five railway men standing on the platform

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Swindon Works, 1970s

King George V at Swindon Works, 1970s

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Swindon Works, 1971, showing the double chimney

King George V at Swindon Works, 1971, showing the double chimney

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: Driver and Fireman on King George Vs footplate, 1950

Driver and Fireman on King George Vs footplate, 1950
Driver Sid Cannon and Fireman Wally Osbourne on the footplate of King George V at Chippenham in 1950

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Plymouth North Road Station, 1931

King George V at Plymouth North Road Station, 1931

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V at Swindon Works

No 6000 King George V at Swindon Works
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927. Seen here at Swindon Works suspended above BR diesels No 08 036 and 08 675

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V in Swindon Works

No 6000 King George V in Swindon Works
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V

No 6000 King George V
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V outside Swindon Works

No 6000 King George V outside Swindon Works
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V in America, 1927

King George V in America, 1927
King George V heads up a fleet of American locomotives during the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary celebrations in America in 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V in America, 1927

King George V in America, 1927
King George V fitted with Westinghouse brakes ready for operation at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary celebrations in America, 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V and North Star, 1927

King George V and North Star, 1927
Replica broad gauge locomotive North Star being craned out of Swindon works above King George V in July 1927. Both locomotives are being prepared for their journey to the Baltimore

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V in America, 1927

King George V in America, 1927
King George V parades in front of the crowds on the exhibition track at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary in America, in 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V at Twyford East Signal Box, 1940

King George V at Twyford East Signal Box, 1940

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: King George V, 1927

King George V, 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: Unloading the tender of King George V from the ship at Baltimore, 1927

Unloading the tender of King George V from the ship at Baltimore, 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V

No 6000 King George V
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927

Background imageKing George V Canvas Print Collection: No 6000 King George V

No 6000 King George V
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927


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