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Learn more about the record breaking steam locomotive, LMS Princess Royal Class No. 6201 'Princess Elizabeth'
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Welcome to our new website, and the home of Locomotive 6201 Princess Elizabeth Society.  We are the proud custodians of the only surviving prototype Stanier 4-6-2 – LMS Princess Royal Class No. 6201 “Princess Elizabeth”, affectionately known as “Lizzie”. 6201 Princess Elizabeth was saved from being scrapped by British Rail by the society who formed specially to buy the locomotive and preserve it for future generations.  After restoration and the lifting of the steam ban in the 1970s, 6201 Princess Elizabeth returned to the mainline again hauling specially organised charter tours all over the country.

Fundraising Appeal

Those people who have witnessed first hand the splendour and sound of 6201 Princess Elizabeth, will no doubt be saddened to hear that Lizzie was withdrawn from service in late 2016 after only a short time in service.  Weeping boiler tubes were the cause of the withdrawal, therefore we are appealing to members and the general public to help fund repairs so that we can put 6201 Princess Elizabeth back into action as soon as possible.  For further information on how you can help click on the ‘Make a Donation’ Button below.


With the locomotive withdrawn from service prematurely at the end of 2016 primarily with weeping small boiler tubes; the society has been working tirelessly behind...

Happy New Year, and a very special thanks to everyone who has made a donation towards the cost of repairs in 2017.  Your support is...

Firstly a massive thank you to everyone who has made a donation so far. We've now raised well over 50% of the money required to...