The train that transported Churchill's remains during his funeral exposed

The train that transported Churchill's remains during his funeral exposed


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The Winston Churchill's funeral 50 years agoOn the one hand, exactly on January 30, 1965, it was a historic event for the political world, as well as for millions of people around the world who saw it on television. But it was also so for the thousands of people who crowded along the train tracks that carried the coffin.

It is precisely this train, christened Winston Churchill, which can be seen in the National Railway Museum from today until next May 3, along with the funeral wagon that carried his coffin and the one that carried his family, being the first time that these three vehicles will be shown together since that day.

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