Ashford Locomotive Works, York, Lord Nelson, Southern Railway, prince Albert
More than two decades before she became Queen Mother, the then Elizabeth, Duchess of York, graces the footplate of Southern Railway's brand new premier express locomotive No. 850 Lord Nelson, at Ashford Locomotive Works, Kent, on 21st October 1926.She is pictured with her husband Albert, Duke of York, later to become King George VI, after the abdication of King Edward VIII in 1936. *** Local Caption *** Queen Mother as the Duchess of York with her husband prince Albert, the Duke of York on board the Southern Railway Steam engine Lord Nelson at Ashford, Kent.21st October 1926.
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