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Star Class Locomotive, No. 4019, Knight Templer

Star Class Locomotive, No. 4019, Knight Templer


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Filename: HL11a 098 knight templer.jpg

Size: 2120 x 1352 (729KB)

Date: 5th June 2018

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

Unique Reference Number: HL11a 098

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Star Class Locomotive, No. 4019, Knight Templer

4-6-0 locomotive, built May 1908. Seen here at Bristol Temple Meads in 1948

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

Media ID 15107417

4 6 0 Bristol Temple Meads Star Class


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This print from the STEAM Museum of the GWR transports us back in time to a bygone era of steam locomotives and railway grandeur. The image showcases the magnificent Star Class Locomotive, No. 4019, Knight Templer, resplendent in its glory. Built in May 1908, this 4-6-0 locomotive stands as a testament to engineering excellence and represents an iconic symbol of British rail history. The scene unfolds at Bristol Temple Meads station in 1948, capturing a moment frozen in time. Amidst billowing clouds of steam and bustling activity, the Knight Templer proudly takes center stage against a backdrop of Victorian architecture. Its sleek design and polished exterior exude power and elegance. As we gaze upon this remarkable piece of machinery, it is impossible not to feel awe-inspired by its sheer size and craftsmanship. The intricate details on every inch speak volumes about the dedication that went into creating such an engineering marvel. This print serves as a reminder of our rich heritage and how far we have come since those early days of rail travel. It invites us to appreciate the ingenuity behind these locomotives while evoking nostalgia for an era when train journeys were seen as both practical transportation and romantic adventures. In preserving this historical snapshot at STEAM Museum of the GWR, we are granted access to a world long gone but forever etched within our collective memory - where iron horses like Knight Templer once ruled supreme on Britain's

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