Built at Swindon railway works, the King Edward I, also known as no. 6024 was completed in the second batch of ten locomotives on the 30th June 1930, for a cost of £7,500. Whilst it withdrew from British Rail service in 1962, it was acquired by the King Preservation Society in the 1970s and returned to the main line in 1990 for a special service.
The train arrives at London Paddington at 12.10pm and will be leaving again at 16.35pm. For more information click here, or visit http://www.6024.com/.