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Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Princess Elizabeth at Swindon Works, November 1950

Princess Elizabeth at Swindon Works, November 1950
Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II, is stood on the footplate of Star Class locomotive, No 4057, Princess Elizabeth

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Waiting Room, Paddington Station, c. 1890

Royal Waiting Room, Paddington Station, c. 1890
Situated on Platform 1 the Royal Waiting Room was used regularly by Royalty travelling from London to Windsor. As one can see from this image taken around 1890

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956

The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956
This photograph shows H.M. The Queen on her visit to Abingdon in Oxfordshire on 2nd November 1956. The mayor is leading her majesty out of the station where several military personnel are lined up

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Queen Mary on the footplate of No 4082 Windsor Castle, 1924

Queen Mary on the footplate of No 4082 Windsor Castle, 1924
King George V and Queen Mary visited Swindon Works in April 1924. They arrived and departed on Windsor Castle. Charles Collett (Chief Mechanical Engineer) can be seen leaning out of the cab

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Prince Charles and Princess Anne Arriving at Cardiff, August 1960

Prince Charles and Princess Anne Arriving at Cardiff, August 1960
This image shows a young Prince Charles and Princess Anne arriving at Cardiff for a royal visit in early August 1960

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: King George V and Queen Mary on the footplate of Windsor Castle

King George V and Queen Mary on the footplate of Windsor Castle
King George V and Queen Mary on the footplate of locomotive No.4082 Windsor Castle during their visit to Swindon Works in April 1924

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen & K. W. C. Grand at Worcester, April 1957

The Queen & K. W. C. Grand at Worcester, April 1957
This photograph shows The Queen at Worcester in late April 1957, while on a Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire. K.W.C

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Princess Elizabeth at Swindon Works - Naming of Loco Swindon, 15th November 1950

Princess Elizabeth at Swindon Works - Naming of Loco Swindon, 15th November 1950
This image shows Princess Elizabeth on her visit to Swindon Works, seen here naming the Castle Class Locomotive No.7037 Swindon, 15th November 1950

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Princess Elizabeth at Swindon Works, 15th November 1950

Princess Elizabeth at Swindon Works, 15th November 1950
This photograph shows Princess Elizabeth on her visit to Swindon Works on 15th November 1950. She is receiving a demonstration in the Iron Foundry J Shop in honour of her visit

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978

The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978
This photograph shows The Queens arrival at Chelmsford Station on 15th June 1978. The Queen was attending the Essex Show as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Return of Prince of Wales from India - Paddington Station, 21st June 1922

Return of Prince of Wales from India - Paddington Station, 21st June 1922
This photograph was taken on 21st June 1922 at Paddington Station, and shows a grand reception for Edward, Prince of Wales upon his return to Britain after his four month long tour of India

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of West Country - Truro Station Decorations, 9th May 1956

Royal Tour of West Country - Truro Station Decorations, 9th May 1956
This image shows Truro station decorated in preparation for the Royal Tour of West Country, 9th May 1956

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen at Launceston Station, 9th May 1956

Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen at Launceston Station, 9th May 1956
This photograph shows The Queen & Prince Philip on platform 1 at Launceston Station on 9th May 1956, as part of their Royal Tour of the West Country

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen & Prince Philip at Launceston Station, 9th May 1956

Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen & Prince Philip at Launceston Station, 9th May 1956
This photograph shows The Queen & Prince Philip being greeted on platform 1 at Launceston Station on 9th May 1956, as part of their Royal Tour of the West Country

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen at Liskeard Station, 9th May 1956

Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen at Liskeard Station, 9th May 1956
This photograph shows The Queen being welcomed at Liskeard station in Cornwall as part of her Royal Tour of the West Country on 9th May 1956

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen at Barnstaple Station, 8th May 1956

Royal Tour of West Country - The Queen at Barnstaple Station, 8th May 1956
This photograph shows The Queen inspecting troops at Barnstaple station in North Devon as part of her Royal Tour of the West Country on 8th May 1956

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Worcester Shrub Hill Station Decorations, 1957

Worcester Shrub Hill Station Decorations, 1957
This photograph shows the station decorations at Worcester Shrub Hill at night, prepared in honour of The Queens Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire in late April 1957

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire - Station Decorations at Hagley, April 1957

Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire - Station Decorations at Hagley, April 1957
This photograph shows the station decorations at Hagley prepared for The Queens Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire in late April 1957

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire - The Queen & Prince Philip Arriving at Worcester

Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire - The Queen & Prince Philip Arriving at Worcester Shrub Hill Station
This photograph shows The Queen & Prince Philip arriving at Worcester Shrub Hill Station on their Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire in late April 1957

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Cardiff Station Decorations for Commonwealth Games, 23rd July 1958

Cardiff Station Decorations for Commonwealth Games, 23rd July 1958
This photograph shows the Cardiff Station Decorations for the British Empire and Commonwealth Games, taken at night on the 23rd July 1958

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Station Decorations for Royal Visit to Cardiff, 5th August 1960

Station Decorations for Royal Visit to Cardiff, 5th August 1960
This photograph shows some of the station decorations prepared for her majestys Royal Visit to Cardiff on the 5th August 1960

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Elizabeth II on a Royal Visit to Cardiff, 5th August 1960

Elizabeth II on a Royal Visit to Cardiff, 5th August 1960
This image shows H.M. The Queen arriving at the station on a Royal Visit to Cardiff on the 5th August 1960. The Lady Mayor is with The Queen

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Visit to Cardiff & Station Decorations, 5th August 1960

Royal Visit to Cardiff & Station Decorations, 5th August 1960
This photograph shows the station decorations at Cardiff prepared in advance of the Royal Visit on 5th August 1960, with flags, banners and crests

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Welshpool Station Decorations for Duke of Edinburghs Visit, 24th July 1958

Welshpool Station Decorations for Duke of Edinburghs Visit, 24th July 1958
This image shows the station decorations at Welshpool for the Duke of Edinburghs visit on 24th July 1958

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of Wales - Treharris Station, 1955

Royal Tour of Wales - Treharris Station, 1955
This photograph shows Treharris Station decorated ready for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit on her Royal Tour of Wales in 1955

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Decorations for the Royal Tour of Wales, 1955

Decorations for the Royal Tour of Wales, 1955
This photograph shows a town in Wales decorated with bunting and a welcome banner, and a crowd gathered to see Queen Elizabeth II on her Royal Tour of Wales on a sunny day in 1955

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of Wales - Pembroke Town Station, 1955

Royal Tour of Wales - Pembroke Town Station, 1955
This image captures Pembroke Town Station decorated ready for H.M. The Queens Royal Tour of Wales in 1955

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: H. M. The Queen at Pembroke Town Station, 8th August 1955

H. M. The Queen at Pembroke Town Station, 8th August 1955
This photograph shows The Queen being greeted by the Lord Lieutenant at Pembroke Town Station on a Royal Tour of Wales in 8th August 1955

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Visit to Bristol Temple Meads, 5th December 1958

Royal Visit to Bristol Temple Meads, 5th December 1958
This image shows H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on a visit to Bristol Temple Meads station on 5th December 1958

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Bristol Temple Meads, Queens Visit, 5th December 1958

Bristol Temple Meads, Queens Visit, 5th December 1958
This image shows H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to Bristol Temple Meads station on 5th December 1958. Her majesty is being greeted by the Lord Mayor and other dignitaries

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Visit from H. M. The Queen to Bristol Temple Meads, 17th April 1956

Royal Visit from H. M. The Queen to Bristol Temple Meads, 17th April 1956
This image shows H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to Bristol Temple Meads station on 17th April 1956. Her majesty is being greeted by the Lord Mayor

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Bristol Temple Meads Decorated for Queens Visit, 17th April 1956

Bristol Temple Meads Decorated for Queens Visit, 17th April 1956
This photograph shows how Bristol Temple Meads station was decorated for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit on 17th April 1956

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Decorations at Bristol Temple Meads for Queens Visit, 1956

Decorations at Bristol Temple Meads for Queens Visit, 1956
This photograph shows the façade of Bristol Temple Meads station decorated for Queen Elizabeth IIs visit in 1956

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen & Prince Philip at Liverpool Street Station, 29th May 1981

The Queen & Prince Philip at Liverpool Street Station, 29th May 1981
This image shows The Queen & Prince Philip walking with officials at Liverpool Street Station in London on 29th May 1981. The timing of the photograph

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Duke of Edinburghs Visit to Dartmouth, 28th July 1958

Duke of Edinburghs Visit to Dartmouth, 28th July 1958
This image shows the Duke of Edinburghs Visit to Dartmouth on 28th July 1958. Prince Philip is being greeted by the Mayor of Dartmouth on a specially decorated pontoon

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen & Prince Philip on Royal Tour of West Country, 9th May 1956

The Queen & Prince Philip on Royal Tour of West Country, 9th May 1956
This image shows the Queen and Prince Philip in a car outside a decorated Grampound Road station in Cornwall, while on a Royal Tour of the West Country, 9th May 1956

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen & Prince Philip at Worcester Shrub Hill Station, April 1957

The Queen & Prince Philip at Worcester Shrub Hill Station, April 1957
This image shows the Queen and Prince Philip at Worcester Shrub Hill Station while on a Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire in late April 1957

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of Wales, The Queen & Prince Philip at Pembroke Town Station, 1955

Royal Tour of Wales, The Queen & Prince Philip at Pembroke Town Station, 1955
This image shows The Queen & Prince Philip meeting dignitaries at Pembroke Town Station, while on their Royal Tour of Wales in 1955

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen & Prince Philip at Bristol Temple Meads, 5th December 1958

The Queen & Prince Philip at Bristol Temple Meads, 5th December 1958
This image shows Her Majesty The Queen and Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh waving from a carriage window at Bristol Temple Meads station on 5th December 1958

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train, 1897

Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train, 1897
A view of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train hauled by the locomotive, The Queen. The engine carried two large crests and a crown at the front

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Prince Charles and Princess Anne Arriving at Cardiff, August 1960

Prince Charles and Princess Anne Arriving at Cardiff, August 1960
This image shows a young Prince Charles and Princess Anne arriving at Cardiff for a royal visit in early August 1960

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978

The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978
This photograph shows The Queens arrival at Chelmsford Station on 15th June 1978. The Queen was attending the Essex Show as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978

The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978
This photograph shows The Queens arrival at Chelmsford Station on 15th June 1978. The Queen was attending the Essex Show as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978

The Queen at Chelmsford Station, 15th June 1978
This photograph shows The Queens arrival at Chelmsford Station on 15th June 1978. The Queen was attending the Essex Show as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956

The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956
This photograph shows the decorations prepared for The Queens Visit to Abingdon on 2nd November 1956 with crests, flowers and trellis

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956

The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956
This photograph shows H.M. The Queen on her visit to Abingdon in Oxfordshire on 2nd November 1956. The mayor and other dignitaries are lined up to greet her

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956

The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956
This photograph shows H.M. The Queen on her visit to Abingdon in Oxfordshire on 2nd November 1956. The mayor and other dignitaries are lined up to greet her

Background imageRoyalty and Royal Trains Collection: Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire - Leominster Station Decorations, April 1957

Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire - Leominster Station Decorations, April 1957
This photograph shows the station decorations at Leominster prepared for The Queens Royal Tour of Worcestershire & Herefordshire in late April 1957



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