Duke Prince Richard
(1944-present)

Aged 75

Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, KG, GCVO, SSI, GCStJ (Richard Alexander Walter George; born 26 August 1944) is the youngest grandchild of King George V and Queen Mary. He succeeded to the dukedom of Gloucester, as the second Duke, upon his father's death in 1974 and is currently 24th in line to the British throne, and the first not descended from King George VI. He is also the senior male line descendant of three British monarchs: Queen Victoria, Edward VII and George V. The Duke of Gloucester carries out royal engagements on behalf of his cousin, Queen Elizabeth II.

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Commemorated on 8 plaques

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The Railway Heritage Trust Conservation Award presented to Chiltern Railways & The Birmingham Alliance for Birmingham Moor Street station by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO 2004

Moor Street Station, Birmingham, United Kingdom where they presented an award

Coalbrookdale Old Furnace. This building was opened by HRH The Duke of Gloucester on 27th July 1982

The Old Furnace, Coalbrookdale, United Kingdom where they opened

1580 1980 This plaque was unveiled by H.R.H. Duke of Gloucester G.C.V.O. on the 21st June 1980 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the granting to the City of Gloucester the status of a port by Royal Charter dated 20th June 1580.

Dock Company Office - Gloucester Docks, Gloucester, United Kingdom where they unveiled

The Peter Manisty Award For Excellence Presented By HRH The Duke Of Gloucester GCVO For Liverpool Street Station Revival 1992

Liverpool Street Station, London, United Kingdom where they presented an award

The British Premier Award 1992 The Bowes Lyon Bridge National Tramway Museum The Ian Allan Railway Heritage Awards presented by HRH The Duke of Gloucester GCVO

Bowes-Lyon Bridge - National Tramway Museum, Crich, United Kingdom where they presented an award

National Railway Heritage Awards 2004 The Virgin Trains Volunteers Award presented to The Tramway Museum Society for The Gentlemen's Urinal, Crich by HRH the Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO and unveiled at Crich 21st September 2005

Gentlemen's Urinal - National Tramway Museum, Crich, United Kingdom where they presented an award

Assembly Rooms Derby 1765 - 1974 Presented and re-erected by the Corporation of Derby unveiled in the presence of his worship the Mayor of Derby June 9th 1976 by his Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester

Facade of Derby Assembly Rooms - National Tramway Museum, Crich, United Kingdom where they unveiled

The John Price Memorial Library Extension Opened by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG. GCVO. Patron of The Tramway Museum Society. 14th April 2003

Tramway Street - National Tramway Museum, Crich, United Kingdom where they opened