Coronation Class livery sample

Made:
1938 in Crewe

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Paint panel, London Midland & Scottish Railway, red and gold chevron, pattern for front of 'Coronation Class' streamlined locomotives. Labelled: '5 Streamlined loco's 6225-6229 10'. '6235-6244'. Dimensions: 80 1/4"x62".

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Details

Category:
Tools of the Trade & Personal Accessories
Object Number:
1983-7568
type:
livery sample
taxonomy:
  • commercial records and equipment
credit:
British Rail, Records Office
status:
Permanent collection

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