Good job finding a picture of a train and posting it, OP, you're really getting the hang of this website
>>1958862There was an experimental blue early BR livery applied to Kings. I like it. I think they did a Bulleid Pacific in it too.
A blue steam locomotive? That motherfucker better not cause any confusion and delay
Ok fine /gwr/ thread
Posted by Brian England on Facebook: BR Standard 7MT No. 70028 *Royal Star* and GWR Castle No. 5040 *Stokesay Castle* pass Sonning Cutting in April 1954.
The last Broad Gauge train out of Paddington 1892
>>1961097Why didn't broad gauge win?4 foot 8.5 isn't that different but it's short enough that it limits the loading gauge.
>>1961098Stephenson beat out Brunel in the Gauge War so they gradually transitioned the gwr over to "standard" gauge. Eliminated the break-of-gauge but also allow them to make wide-as-fuck locomotives because their entire network was built to accommodate them.
>>1958862>>1958862Greg likes it
Anything Great Western like this is good in my eyes.
>>1958862What about it?
>>1961145looks so kino
>>1958862Nice, the GWR isnt my favorite british road but they did have lots of nice Locomotives