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Background imageKing Collection: 7 King Class Locomotives at Swindon Shed, 1930

7 King Class Locomotives at Swindon Shed, 1930
From l-r: No 6005 King George II, No 6008 King James II, No 6017 King Edward IV, No 6020 King Henry IV, No 6022 King Edward III, No 6023 King Edward II, No 6024 King Edward I

Background imageKing Collection: No 6027, King Richard I, 1937

No 6027, King Richard I, 1937
4-6-0 King Class locomotive on the down Riviera, Reading West

Background imageKing Collection: King George V hauling an express train

King George V hauling an express train

Background imageKing Collection: No. 6000, King George V

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

Background imageKing Collection: 7 King Class Locomotives at Swindon Shed, 1930

7 King Class Locomotives at Swindon Shed, 1930
From l-r: No 6005 King George II, No 6008 King James II, No 6017 King Edward IV, No 6020 King Henry IV, No 6022 King Edward III, No 6023 King Edward II, No 6024 King Edward I

Background imageKing Collection: AE Erecting Shop, 1927

AE Erecting Shop, 1927
First batch of King class locomotives under construction

Background imageKing Collection: King Class locomotive at Dawlish, 1933

King Class locomotive at Dawlish, 1933

Background imageKing Collection: King Class Locomotive, No. 6029, King Stephen

King Class Locomotive, No. 6029, King Stephen
Built 1930, renamed King Edward VIII in 1936. 4-6-0 type. Last of the King Class locomotives

Background imageKing 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 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 Collection: Locomotive No. 6014, King Henry VII, at Swindon Works

Locomotive No. 6014, King Henry VII, at Swindon Works
Seen here in A Shop in 1936 as streamlined. Broad gauge locomotive North Star can be seen in the background

Background imageKing Collection: No 6024 King Edward I

No 6024 King Edward I
4-6-0 King Class locomotive built 1930. Now in preservation

Background imageKing Collection: King Class Locomotive, No 6029, King Stephen

King Class Locomotive, No 6029, King Stephen
Built 1930, renamed King Edward VIII in 1936. 4-6-0 type. Last of the King Class locomotives

Background imageKing Collection: No 6027, King Richard I, 1932

No 6027, King Richard I, 1932
4-6-0 King class locomotive hauling the Torbay Express

Background imageKing Collection: AE Erecting Shop, c1927

AE Erecting Shop, c1927
Construction of a King class locomotive

Background imageKing Collection: AE Erecting Shop, c1927

AE Erecting Shop, c1927
King class boiler being lowered on to driving wheels

Background imageKing 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 Collection: No 6002 King William IV near Teignmouth

No 6002 King William IV near Teignmouth
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1927. Seen here hauling the Cornish Riviera Express

Background imageKing Collection: Loco staff cleaning No 6014 King Henry VII, c1930

Loco staff cleaning No 6014 King Henry VII, c1930
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928

Background imageKing Collection: No 6014 King Henry VII, c1935

No 6014 King Henry VII, c1935
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928. Seen here in streamlined form

Background imageKing Collection: No 6010 King Charles I at Swindon Engine Shed, 1951

No 6010 King Charles I at Swindon Engine Shed, 1951
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928. Seen here at Swindon Shed being tube cleaned with a steam lance

Background imageKing Collection: No 6006 King George I

No 6006 King George I
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928

Background imageKing Collection: No 6000 King George V

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

Background imageKing 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 Collection: No 6008 King James II

No 6008 King James II
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928

Background imageKing Collection: Wheeling a King Class locomotive, A Shop, 1927

Wheeling a King Class locomotive, A Shop, 1927

Background imageKing Collection: King Class No 6011 King James I

King Class No 6011 King James I
4-6-0 wheel arrangement

Background imageKing Collection: King Class No 6025 King Henry III, August 1951

King Class No 6025 King Henry III, August 1951
Seen here as the Cornish Riviera Express passing Wellington, Somerset. (Please note original picture quality poor)

Background imageKing Collection: No 6027, King Richard I, c1950s

No 6027, King Richard I, c1950s
4-6-0 King Class locomotive

Background imageKing 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 Collection: No 6012 King Edward VI

No 6012 King Edward VI
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928

Background imageKing Collection: King George VI Funeral - Paddington Station, 15th February 1952

King George VI Funeral - Paddington Station, 15th February 1952
This sombre image was taken on 15th February 1952 and shows Paddington station exit prepared for the funeral procession of King George VI

Background imageKing Collection: Prince Charles and Princess Anne Arriving at Cardiff, August 1960

Prince Charles and Princess Anne Arriving at Cardiff, August 1960
This image shows a young Prince Charles and Princess Anne arriving at Cardiff for a royal visit in early August 1960

Background imageKing Collection: King George VI Funeral Cortege, Windsor Central Station, 1952

King George VI Funeral Cortege, Windsor Central Station, 1952
This photograph shows the funeral cortege of King George VI leaving Windsor Central Station in February 1952

Background imageKing Collection: Awaiting Arrival of Funeral Train of King George VI, Paddington, 15th February 1952

Awaiting Arrival of Funeral Train of King George VI, Paddington, 15th February 1952
This photograph was taken from platform 9 at Paddington station on the 15th February 1952. It shows a large number of military personnel assembled on the platform awaiting the arrival of the funeral

Background imageKing Collection: Locomotive No. 6014, King Henry VII, at Bishopsteignton

Locomotive No. 6014, King Henry VII, at Bishopsteignton
Seen here in the late 1930s as streamlined

Background imageKing Collection: No 6027, King Richard I, c1960s

No 6027, King Richard I, c1960s
4-6-0 King class locomotive

Background imageKing 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 Collection: AE Erecting Shop

AE Erecting Shop
Attaching King class locomotive to front bogie

Background imageKing Collection: No 6015 King Richard III

No 6015 King Richard III
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928

Background imageKing Collection: No 6009 King Charles II

No 6009 King Charles II
4-6-0 King class locomotive. Built 1928. Seen here with Driver and Fireman


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