Great Western King class 6023 'King Edward 11' LNER A4 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley' and A1 60163 'Tornado' pose outside the shed at Didcot on 4th April 2014.
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60007 and 60163 inside the steam shed at Didcot.
A scene that would have been common in the 1950's with a blue A4 and A1 alongside each other.
60007 is cleaned and prepared for her next run.
Not often you see an image of an A4 with the smoke box front open.
60163 'Tornado' at Didcot.
60163 'Tornado' is nicely illuminated by the sun.
60163 'Tornado' catches the setting sun
A nice shot of 60007 as the crew prepare her for her next run.
60163 pulls forward just as the cloud breaks and the sun starts to show.
6023, 60007 and 60163 outside Didcot Shed.
The cleaner is hard at work cleaning 6023 'King Edward II'.
The shed foreman and fireman in conversation about the A4's run on the Elizabethan!
6023, 60007 and 60163 viewd this time from the opposite side.
A nice view from the Coaling stage of 6023, 60007 and 60163. It's just a shame the sun was not out earlier, but it did make an appearance just before setting.
A study of the front end of the three loco's with 6023 nearest the camera, 60007 and 60163.
GWR's finest King Class 4-6-0 6023 'King Edward II' at Didcot.
6023 King Edward II and 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley outside Didcot shed.
60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley' with 60163 'Tornado' at Didcot.
6023, 60007 and 60163 stand alongside each other outside the shed at the Great Western Railway Centre at Didcot.