spacerThis print is released to coincide with the Coronation of King Charles III on 6th May 2023spacerLMS Duchess No. 6220 Coronation (W A Stanier) Steam Locomotive Print

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LMS Princess Coronation Class

Limited Edition Print: £22.50

Edition Run: 100
All Signed and Numbered

Scale: 5 mm/ft

Paper Size: 406 mm x 203 mm
Fits a standard 16spacerin x 8spacerin frame

No. 6220 Coronation – 1937

The Princess Coronation class were designed to haul the new ‘Coronation Scot’ service, introduced in 1937, and other heavy express passenger services on the LMS. They were designed to William A. Stanier’s brief, while he was away in India, by his capable team led by Thomas F. Coleman, Chief Draughtsman.

The first, 6220 Coronation, hauled a special demonstration train with invited guests from Euston to Crewe on 29th June 1937. The LMS claimed it had achieved 114mph on the descent of Whitmore bank, taking the British railway speed record. It was crewed by driver Tom J. Clarke and fireman John Lewis. It is shown in the condition it made this record run.

Built: Crewe, June 1937

Streamlining Removed: Nov 1946

Round Smokebox: March 1957

Withdrawn: April 1963

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