GWR King Henry VII left 14 view
GWR 6000 Class 6014 King Henry VII was a King-class 4-6-0 steam locomotive that was built at GWR's Swindon Works in May 1928. He was first allocated to Newton Abbot. He was fitted with streamlining from March 1935, but all was removed by January 1943 except for the 'v'-shaped cab. In August 1950, his next shed allocation was Old Oak Common. Some of the class, including 6014, had the Alfloc water treatment fitted 1954. Like his classmates, he had a double chimney and modified frames fitted in September 1957. From March 1959, Wolverhampton Stafford Road shed would be 6014's last allocation, where it was withdrawn in September 1962, having travelled 830,386 miles. It was eventually scrapped at Cox & Danks, Oldbury.

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