Category:GWR 6000 Class
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English: The Great Western Railway GWR 6000 Class or King is a class of 4-6-0 steam locomotive designed for express passenger work. They were the largest locomotives the GWR built. They were named after kings of England, beginning with the reigning monarch, King George V, and going back through history (but with the final pair of engines later renamed for George V's sons, who succeeded him).
This category has the following 17 subcategories, out of 17 total.
- ► GWR 6000s on the Bristol to Exeter Line (1 C, 17 F)
- ► GWR 6000s on the Great Western Main Line (1 C, 18 F)
- ► GWR 6000s on the South Devon Main Line (10 F)
- ► GWR 6000s on the Welsh Marches Line (1 F)
Media in category "GWR 6000 Class"
The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.
- AutoCAD drawing of a Great Western King.jpg 3,336 × 1,026; 376 KB
- AutoCAD drawing of a Great Western King.png 3,336 × 1,026; 824 KB
- Cornish Riviera Limited, 6002 King George IV (CJ Allen, Steel Highway, 1928).jpg 1,184 × 794; 146 KB
- Great Western King 2.jpeg 1,086 × 684; 119 KB
- King George V exiting Box tunnel (CJ Allen, Steel Highway, 1928).jpg 849 × 1,201; 247 KB
- Name plate looking for its loco... (2411145766).jpg 1,280 × 960; 144 KB