Steam Loco Class Information

Gwr king class names Running numbers 6000 to 6029. The English may have had a King Edgar, but regrettably they never had a King Elgar, which was pity as it would have been fitting name for one of the ultimate Great Western express engines. The bark of a 'King' on Hemerdon Bank had more than a whiff of 'Land of Hope and Glory' about it; this was apt for South Devon was, and still is, a land of glory and any train tackling the 1 in 40 from Plympton to Hemerdon had to have a fair degree of hope as well. When the 'Kings' were first built in 1927, the Paddington publicity department made the most of their visible power - the highest tractive effort in the country and the longest non-stop run in the country London to Plymouth. The Caledonian had been criticised for appropriating the Royal Arms of Scotland, much to annoyance of the North British Railway who no doubt would have done so had they thought of it first.


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Built June 1927. Presented with bell and cabside medallions. First shed allocation Old Oak Common. August 1950 shed allocation Bristol, Bath Road. Double chimney fitted December 1956.

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The locos were the Railway's largest express passenger trains and they were designed by Chief Mechanical Engineer, Charles Benjamin Collett. Discover facts about GWR 6000 King Class steam locomotives including where the locos were built, who they were named after, how many locos were built in total, who designed them, a complete list of locomotive names and numbers, accidents and incidents the locos were involved in, when the King Class was withdrawn from service and how many have been preserved and still run today. The following fact sheet provides important details, specifications, timelines and history of GWR 6000 King Class, the Great Western Railway class of 4-6-0 steam locomotives. The term 4-6-0 defines the wheel arrangement of the steam loco.

GWR Class 6000 King Edward II 6023 at GWSR Gala May 2018

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Светильники аварийного освещения освещения безопасности и эвакуационного должны быть подсоединены к электрической сети, независимой от рабочего освещения. Стационарно установленные светильники местного освещения должны иметь напряжение не выше 50 В. Ручные переносные светильники в производственных помещениях с повышенной опасностью должны иметь напряжение не выше 50 В, в особо опасных помещениях - не выше 12 В. Смена электроламп должна производиться электротехническим персоналом при снятом напряжении и с применением средств индивидуальной защиты.

Для безопасного обслуживания светильников следует применять приспособления лестницы, стремянки, мостики с перилами, передвижные подъемники и .

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A Royal Ascent - 6023 King Edward II Storms up Eardington Bank! 28/02/18