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Amid the spotlight now being trained on gender inequity in Hollywood, the fact that Mark Wahlberg received an additional

Amid the spotlight now being trained on gender inequity in Hollywood, the fact that Mark Wahlberg received an additional $1.5 million for reshoots, a sum not offered to his co-star Michelle Williams, has provoked outrage.The modifications include: new front frames, indicated by the large support washer on the frame end; Extended covers for inside valves; Modified steam pipes; WB boiler; Cast-iron double chimney; Mechanical lubrication unit; Leading bogie welded repairs; Cab roof vents; BR new emblem; Raised step over the inside cylinders, below smokebox.6000 KING GEORGE V - 6001 KING EDWARD VII - 6002 KING WILLIAM IV - 6003 KING GEORGE IV - 6004 KING GEORGE III - 6005 KING GEORGE II - 6006 KING GEORGE I - 6007 KING WILLIAM III - 6008 KING JAMES II - 6009 KING CHARLES II - 6010 KING CHARLES I - 6011 KING JAMES I - 6012 KING EDWARD VI - 6013 KING HENRY VIII - 6014 KING HENRY VII - 6015 KING RICHARD III - 6016 KING EDWARD V - 6017 KING EDWARD IV - 6018 KING HENRY VI - 6019 KING HENRY V - 6020 KING HENRY IV - 6021 KING RICHARD II - 6022 KING EDWARD III - 6023 KING EDWARD II - 6024 KING EDWARD I - 6025 KING HENRY III - 6026 KI GWR KING CLASS by Derek Dean Maybe it now sounds simplistic, but the natural progression in steam locomotive lineage terms, following the most excellent 'Castle' class was a longer, larger beefed-up engine that was capable of hauling heavier trains at faster speeds.The three ways that Collett could increase the Tractive Effort, was by increasing the boiler operating pressure; raising the swept volume of the cylinders via a longer stroke or a larger diameter (compared to the 'Castle' class) or decreasing the size of the drive wheels.

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Amid the spotlight now being trained on gender inequity in Hollywood, the fact that Mark Wahlberg received an additional $1.5 million for reshoots, a sum not offered to his co-star Michelle Williams, has provoked outrage.

.5 million for reshoots, a sum not offered to his co-star Michelle Williams, has provoked outrage.

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The naming of the class was not decided and early thoughts leaned towards 'Cathedrals', but fortunately they were dropped in preference to 'Kings' starting out with the current ruler and working backwards in time.(Top of Page) Prior to nationalisation in 1948, the 'Big Four' railway companies commissioned a number of artists, including members of the Royal Academy, to produce artwork for railway travel posters.

The companies were keen to promote the most beautiful parts of the country through which their lines served; in particular the GWR wasted no time in publicizing the holiday destinations in the West Country.

The artist is best known for his superb B/W line drawings that graced the covers of many Ian Allan publications, including the famous 'abc Locospotter books', signing his work with the initials ANW, however in this colour illustration of a 'King' class locomotive 6028 King George VI at speed, he has signed his name in full.

As for my own recollections of the 'Kings' from the 1950s?

Thus from January 1956 No 6000 was one of only three to remain in service because extensive repairs had been carried out three months prior. All of the British Railways modifications (ie from 1948) have now been completed including the elliptically shaped cast-iron double chimney, a feature which, coupled with the revised draughting arrangements, was seen to give the class a new lease of life and effectively helped the engines to give their best performances to date. BR new emblem added [facing wrong way] in June 1958.10.

It is also worth noting that the hard work put in by the early engines (from July 1927) was really starting to bite around this date and November 1955 saw 15 (50%) of the Kings out of service for a variety of reasons. Mechanical lubrication unit [now in first position].7. The picture angle highlights the varying alignment of the 3 wheel splashers, which was different again on the nearside of the engine. Raised step over the inside cylinders, below smokebox, was fitted 1956.(Above) Ex-GWR 'King' class 4-6-0 No 6000 'King George V' almost ready for a return to service at Swindon Works yard in September 1955.That one single ideal was the main driving force for the CME of the GWR, Charles Benjamin Collett, who was naturally intent on pursuing the beliefs of his former governor, George Jackson Churchward, the brilliant engineer who initiated the succession of GWR 4-6-0 locomotives by designing the prototype No '40' named as 'North Star' and built as an Atlantic..other words the wheel configuration was 4-4-2.The reason he decided on this wheel arrangement was for comparison purposes, having persuaded the GWR Board members that the French De Glehn 4-cylinder locomotives were far superior to our machines and furthermore made the case for purchasing 3 of those engines, including No 102 'La France' (left) which was used to haul the inaugural 'Cornish Riviera Express' in 1904 and continued to work the train for many years.It is also worth noting that the engine now has a sleeveless chimney fitted and the middle lamp iron has always been of different variety to the rest of the class since the brass bell was fitted, although the centre iron was rarely used in service. New front frames, indicated by the large support washer on the frame end, not yet seen.2. This would seem to be platform 9, which was designated as the north eastern end of the station and combined with platform 8 it formed a total length of 1,340 feet. The side-on view allows us a different aspect and the 'rods down' pose shows up the web in-fill on the drive wheels best picked out on the rear driver at the 5 o'clock position, an extension of the journal for the coupling rod, adding strength to that section.Extended covers for inside valves added later [1958].3. The 'one with the bell' the youngsters cried when King '6000' came into view, the only class member to be easily recognised by virtue of the famous brass bell. The central area of the leading bogie assembly has seen welding repairs carried out to strengthen the sectors which succumbed to the stresses of main line running with the heaviest of expresses for so many years, although such problems only surfaced in the early 1950's.Bill Peto's definitive 'Great Western Railway Locomotives Vol 1 King 4-6-0s' tells us that upon arrival at Roath Docks, the loco had to be separated at the quayside into two sections - boiler and chassis - before being loaded on to the SS Chicago City, which took it across the Atlantic to Baltimore Docks.

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