LMS 6229 Duchess of Hamilton, National Railway Museum, York, 17 July 2016. The LMS responded to the LNER's high speed trains by introducing the non-stop London - Glasgow 'Coronation Scot' in 1937. It covered the 401 miles in 6 hours 30 minutes. New Princess Corornation or Duchess class streamlined Pacifics were built to work it, although they and the train were blue and silver, not red and gold as here. In all 38 Duchesses were built at Crewe 1937 - 1948. Not all were streamlined, and those that were lost their streamlining after World War 2. Almost unbelievably, 6229 was re-streamlined in 2009, something few ever expected to see. The Duchesses were withdrawn 1962 - 1964; 6233 and 6235 also survive.