RailPictures.Net Photo: 6024 West Somerset Railway King class 4-6-0 at Blue Anchor, United Kingdom by John James EWART
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West Somerset Railway (more..)
King class 4-6-0 (more..)
Between Blue Anchor and Dunster. (more..)
Blue Anchor, United Kingdom (more..)
March 25, 2012
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
6024 (more..)
John James EWART (more..)
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The Kings were the most powerful 4-6-0 in Britain. In 1927 the first member of the class visited the US for the Baltimore & Ohio centenary celebrations. It was presented with a bell, that it still carries to this day. In this photograph we see KING EDWARD I one of three surviving members of the class of 30 locomotives.
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