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LMS Stanier Class 'Princecess Royal' Turbomotive - built 1935 by Crewe Works as LMS

46251 'City of Nottingham' on Swindon shed 9-5-64 after bringing an RCTS special from Nottingham. Photo via Fotorus

46251 'City of Nottingham' on Swindon shed after bringing an RCTS special from Nottingham. Love seeing old steam trains like this!

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45447 from Rose Grove shed stands at Preston Station platform 6 with a coal train on March

Designed to flatten Shap with the heaviest trains, Staniers Countess class 4-8-2's were real giants, but remained a small class, as the smaller Duchesses were really all that was really needed.By Matthew Cousins

Staniers Countess 4 8 2 uploaded in Alternative Design History: Designed to flatten Shap with the heaviest trains, Staniers Countess class wer.

46228 'Duchess of Rutland' leaves Stockport for Manchester, 1957.

46228 'Duchess of Rutland' leaves Stockport for Manchester,

46233:LMS Stanier Class '7P' (BR Class '8P') or 'Coronation' 4-6-2 No.46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' (ex-LMS No.6233) in BR Brunswick Green livery and Stanier Mk.V 4,000 gll tender at Tyseley Locomotive Works 6 July 2014. Photo by Hugh Llewelyn

Stanier Class (BR Class or 'Coronation' 'Duchess of Sutherland' (ex-LMS in BR Brunswick Green livery and Stanier Mk.V gll tender at Tyseley Locomotive Works 6 July Photo by Hugh Llewelyn

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