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LMS Coronation Class “Duchess of Hamilton” Loco Add-On

  • Coronation Class (Streamlined) ‘Duchess of Hamilton’ in LMS Crimson Lake (gold stripes) livery
  • Scenarios for the Settle to Carlisle route
  • Mk1 passenger coaches in LMS Maroon Lined (late crest) livery
  • Once a record-breaking steam locomotive admired by many on the UK’s rail network

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Once a record-breaking steam locomotive admired by many on the UK’s rail network, the LMS Coronation Class ‘Duchess of Hamilton’ comes to Train Simulator in its striking streamlined variant.The LMS Coronation Class was a mainline steam locomotive designed by William Stanier and built at Crewe Works between 1937 and 1948. In total, 38 were produced and are the most powerful steam locomotives ever built in the UK, with an impressive 3,333hp – more than the diese… More >>

LMS Coronation Class “Duchess of Hamilton” Loco Add-On

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Opening the Princess Coronation class ‘City of Manchester’ from Hornby


Taking an in-depth look at this exquisite example of the ex-streamliners from the 30s and 40s.

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Vivian Ellis – Coronation Scot


A great light classic.

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The Coronation Express, 02/04/11.


Several shots of the Vintage Trains railtour the ‘Coronation Express’ from Tyseley to Didcot for the return to service of King Edward II. Firstly, the train is seen passing a level crossing just south of Ashchurch, both Rood Aston Hall and Earl of Mount Edgcumbe looked good. The second shot is on the GWML at Denchworth, the train was early and passed slowly. We had to hold on it was a bit windy!! Than a quick dash to Didcot for the main event, I will upload some shots on a separate video. The two locos are then seen leaving the GWS site at Didcot for the return journey, they are then seen running round their train at Didcot and departing for Tyseley. Another great tour by Vintage Trains and West Coast Rail, check out the Vintage Trains website for upcoming tours and Tyseley Openday details. Thanks to Puffernutterlou and Mick5eye for the company and a great day out.

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