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Choose from 60 pictures in our King Class Locomotives collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with STEAM Museum of the GWR.


King George V at Plymouth, c1930s Featured King Class Locomotives Print

King George V at Plymouth, c1930s

King class locomotive number 6000, King George V, can be seen here at the GWR's Millbay Docks in Plymouth. It is seen alongside a Western Nation bus. Western National took over the GWR's bus routes in the 1930s. Both vehicles stand in an area now known as Soap Street

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6000, Bus, Devon, Docks, Double Decker, King Class, King George V, Millbay, Plymouth, Pophams, Soap Street, Western National

King George V in America in 1927 Featured King Class Locomotives Print

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. From left to right: George Dando, Fred Williams, William Stanier, Lillian Schueler (dressed as Britannia), William Young and George Pearce

Baltimore And Ohio Railway, King George V

Australian Navy on locomotive No.6021 King Richard II, 1945 Featured King Class Locomotives Print

Australian Navy on locomotive No.6021 King Richard II, 1945

A group of visitors from the Australian Navy pose for this photograph on top of locomotive No.6021 King Richard II. The officers and sailors from H.M.A.S Australia were on a visit to Swindon Works on July 13th 1945 whilst their ship was docked at Plymouth awaiting repairs. Their ship was heavily involved in the war effort throughout South East Asia until she was forced to withdraw for repairs in early 1945. She arrived at Plymouth on July 2nd 1945 for a major refit and remained there until December of that year. In this formal photograph the locomotive is decorated with both the British and Australian flags and standing in the centre of the group in the trilby hat is the GWR Chief Mechanical Engineer F. W. Hawksworth

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