A steam locomotive of Great Western Railway Class 6000 4-6-0. They were powerful locomotives named after Kings of England. This one featured here is the first No. 6000 King George V built in 1927 at Swindon and withdrawn in 1962. There were several others as well to be named after monarchs (6001, 6002 and so on) but over time they were scrapped or were involved in crashes. 4-6-0 refers to the wheel nomenclature, implying 4 leading wheels, 6 powered wheels and no trailing wheels.
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