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"Stepping into the Regal Era: A Glimpse into the Royal Train" Locomotive No 4082, Windsor Castle, c

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Locomotive No 4082, Windsor Castle, c. 1920s

Locomotive No 4082, Windsor Castle, c. 1920s
Castle Class locomotive, Windsor Castle, is being prepared with royal regalia at Swindon Works. Eight men can be seen cleaning the locomotive ready for use by the Royal Family

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train, 1897

Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train, 1897
A view of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train hauled by the locomotive, The Queen. The engine carried two large crests and a crown at the front

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Locomotive No 3374, Britannia

Locomotive No 3374, Britannia
4-4-0 Atbara class locomotive. Built 1900. Named Britannia for Royal Trains between 7/3/1902 and 10/3/1902. Normal name Baden Powell

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Locomotive No 3374, Baden Powell, c. 1910

Locomotive No 3374, Baden Powell, c. 1910
The Atbara class locomotive, built in 1900, can be seen decorated for the a Royal Train. It has a crown on the front and royal coat of arms on each side

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: On the Way to Windsor, George Vs body on the way to his final resting place at

On the Way to Windsor, George Vs body on the way to his final resting place at
STC444640 On the Way to Windsor, George Vs body on the way to his final resting place at Windsor, 1936 (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: New railway carriage built for the use of the Prince and Princess of Wales on the Great

New railway carriage built for the use of the Prince and Princess of Wales on the Great East...1864. Creator: Unknown
New railway carriage built for the use of the Prince and Princess of Wales on the Great Eastern Railway, 1864. 'A representation of the new and elegant saloon carriage

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Queen Elizabeth II is greeted by Lord Derby as she leaves the Royal Train at Shaw Street

Queen Elizabeth II is greeted by Lord Derby as she leaves the Royal Train at Shaw Street Station in Liverpool. In the background is Mr H. Wood, the stationmaster

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Royal train pulls into Harlech station. Picture taken from The Ramparts of

The Royal train pulls into Harlech station. Picture taken from The Ramparts of Harlech Castle. Wales Today Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh visit Harlech Castle, Llandudno, Wales

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Royals back from Sandringham. The Queen and Princess Anne arriving at Liverpool

Royals back from Sandringham. The Queen and Princess Anne arriving at Liverpool Street with two corgis. 4th February 1969

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Queens Carriage, 1922. Creator: Unknown

The Queens Carriage, 1922. Creator: Unknown
The Queens Carriage, 1922. Queen Marys bedroom on the Royal Train. From The Romance of Modern Railways, by T. W. Corbin. [Seeley Service & Co. Limited, London, 1922]

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Great Nile Reservoir Dam at Assouan, Scenes of the Duke of Connaughts Visit (litho)

The Great Nile Reservoir Dam at Assouan, Scenes of the Duke of Connaughts Visit (litho)
1598559 The Great Nile Reservoir Dam at Assouan, Scenes of the Duke of Connaughts Visit (litho) by Begg, Samuel (fl.1886-1916) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Royal train (colour litho)

Royal train (colour litho)
7201610 Royal train (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Royal train. Illustration from Off We Go (The Alexandra Publishing Co, London)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Royal Train, 1897 (b / w photo)

Royal Train, 1897 (b / w photo)
3643244 Royal Train, 1897 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Royal Train, 1897. Postcard, early 20th century.); © Look and Learn

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Royal Train on its Way to Victoria, Interested Spectators (engraving)

The Royal Train on its Way to Victoria, Interested Spectators (engraving)
1040457 The Royal Train on its Way to Victoria, Interested Spectators (engraving) by Wyllie, William Lionel (1851-1931) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: A New Royal Train (b / w photo)

A New Royal Train (b / w photo)
1598781 A New Royal Train (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A New Royal Train. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 22 April 1899)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Queens Visit to Dunrobin (engraving)

The Queens Visit to Dunrobin (engraving)
1058072 The Queens Visit to Dunrobin (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queens Visit to Dunrobin)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Prince of Wales opening the Mersey Tunnel (engraving)

The Prince of Wales opening the Mersey Tunnel (engraving)
1623118 The Prince of Wales opening the Mersey Tunnel (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Prince of Wales opening the Mersey Tunnel)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Return of the Court from the Highlands (engraving)

Return of the Court from the Highlands (engraving)
1096482 Return of the Court from the Highlands (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Return of the Court from the Highlands)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Queen leaving Manchester, 18th February 1965. Prince Philip

The Queen leaving Manchester, 18th February 1965. Prince Philip

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Great Eastern Type 4-4-0 in Special Livery for Royal Trains, c1930. Creator: Unknown

Great Eastern Type 4-4-0 in Special Livery for Royal Trains, c1930. Creator: Unknown
Great Eastern Type 4-4-0 in Special Livery for Royal Trains, c1930. From " The Splendid Book of Locomotives", by C. Gibbard Jackson. [Sampson Low, Marston Co Ltd London, c1930]

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Queen Victorias royal saloon c. 1843

Queen Victorias royal saloon c. 1843
An artists impression of a saloon from Queen Victorias Royal Train, in about 1843. The Queen is joined by her husband Prince Albert, 3 young children (probably Victoria)

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Queen Victorias Royal Saloon, 1890 s

Queen Victorias Royal Saloon, 1890 s
One of the saloons from Queen Victorias Royal train, 1890 s

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Royal Train leaving Kandy station, Sri Lanka, c1910s

The Royal Train leaving Kandy station, Sri Lanka, c1910s

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: Royal Train

Royal Train
11th November 1911: The Royal Train, carrying King George V and Queen Mary, arrives at Portsmouth on the first leg of the Royal trip to India to celebrate the Coronation

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: La France 1913; The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway railway engine decorated

La France 1913; The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway railway engine decorated
24th June 1913: The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway railway engine La France for the Royal train is decorated for use by the French President during his visit

Background imageRoyal Train Collection: The Silver Jubilee Year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (1977) will see the replacement

The Silver Jubilee Year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (1977) will see the replacement on British Rail of the 1941 vintage railway coaches frequently used by the Queen



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"Stepping into the Regal Era: A Glimpse into the Royal Train" Locomotive No 4082, Windsor Castle, c. 1920s: Witness the majestic locomotive No 4082, aptly named "Windsor Castle, " as it powers through time and history. Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee train, 1897: Relive the grandeur of Queen Victoria's reign aboard her Diamond Jubilee train - a symbol of opulence and celebration. Locomotive No 3374, Britannia: Marvel at locomotive No 3374, affectionately known as "Britannia, " a powerful engine that carried royalty across vast landscapes. Baden Powell, c. 1910: Embark on a journey with locomotive No 3374 "Baden Powell, " an iconic engine that transported dignitaries during its time. On the Way to Windsor: George V's body on the way to his final resting place: Reflect upon a somber moment in history as King George V's body is tenderly transported to its eternal abode amidst profound mourning. Queen Victoria's royal saloon c. 1843: Step inside Queen Victoria's exquisite royal saloon from the year 1843 - an epitome of elegance and regality in every detail. Queen Victoria's Royal Saloon, 1890s: Immerse yourself in nostalgia within Queen Victoria's resplendent royal saloon from the enchanting era of the late nineteenth century. The Queen's Carriage, 1922 (Creator: Unknown): Uncover an enigmatic creation - The Queen’s Carriage - shrouded in mystery yet radiating sophistication beyond measure under unknown craftsmanship. Arrival at Shaw Street: Lord Derby greets Her Majesty Elizabeth II departing from the Royal Train.