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No 5035 Coity Castle

No 5035 Coity Castle


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No 5035 Coity Castle

4-6-0 Castle class locomotive. Built 1935

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

Media ID 413712

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This photograph showcases No. 5035 Coity Castle, a majestic 4-6-0 Castle Class locomotive that once graced the rails of the Great Western Railway (GWR). Built in 1935, this steam engine is a testament to the engineering prowess of its time. No. 5035, named after the historic Coity Castle in Wales, is adorned with intricate details, from the ornate brass fittings to the bold GWR insignia emblazoned on its sides. The engine's powerful presence is further accentuated by the billowing clouds of steam that escape from its chimney, a sight that once filled railway enthusiasts with awe and excitement. The Castle Class locomotives were designed by Charles Collett, Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR, and were renowned for their power, efficiency, and elegance. No. 5035, with its distinctive casing and streamlined design, is a prime example of this engineering legacy. This photograph captures a moment in time, a snapshot of history, when steam power ruled the rails. The locomotive's gleaming engine and meticulously maintained exterior are a reminder of the romance and adventure that once defined train travel. The STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway is proud to preserve this piece of railway history, allowing visitors to step back in time and experience the magic of steam power. No. 5035 Coity Castle is not just a locomotive, but a symbol of the past, a tribute to the ingenuity and passion that drove the railway industry forward.

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