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King Class locomotive, No. 6028, King Henry II

King Class locomotive, No. 6028, King Henry II


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King Class locomotive, No. 6028, King Henry II

4-6-0 wheel arrangement. Built July 1930. Name changed to King George VI in 1937

Media ID 10155596

4 6 0 King Class


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