Streamlined 4-6-2 # 6229 "Duchess of Hamilton" of the famous "Coronation class" of the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS), built in 1938 at Crewe. Exhibited in the Natio... (more)
A view inside the cab of LMS streamlined pacific no. 6229 Duchess of Hamilton in the National Railway Museum, York.
The woods and fields of the Stockton Valley are in transition from winter to spring as an empty ethanol train makes its way west across the Waseca Sub. Up ahead is the tough pull up Stockton Hill ... (more)
Duchess of Hamilton 4-6-2 preserved and on display at National Railway Museum, York, England, Oct. 6, 2014.
LMS Coronation or Duchess class loco. Duchess of Hamilton in the Great Hall of The National Railway Museum York. The Museum was originally a loco shed, and was converted to the NRM in the 1970's a... (more)
As part of the NRM 1930's Need for Speed 'Streamlined Exhibition' LMS 6229 'Duchess of Hamilton', in it's original external condition, stands next to a car from the same era - a 1935 Chrysler Airf... (more)
LMS 6229 'Duchess of Hamilton', now fully restored to it's original external condition, on static display at the NRM. Moves to restore the locomotive to full mainline running condition are underwa... (more)
Britain’s National Railway Museum has a new star – a re-streamlined Stanier Pacific, ‘Duchess of Hamilton’. Built in 1938 in this form to spearhead the London Midland and Scottish Railway’s drive ... (more)