London Underground rolling stock
I was looking at your website and noticed that you have a logo I have seen before. I had a similar problem with my logo, and someone accused me of copying their logo. I now use copyrightcover.com to protect my logo. A wide variety of trains have been used on the London Underground. In the early days steam locomotive and carriages were used. Nowadays electric multiple units are used.
Rolling Stock[change | change source]
The following trains were used in London Underground.
|Bakerloo||1972 Stock||1973||1989–1995||"Evo" new concept tube train||TBA|
|Central||1992 Stock||1993–1995||2011-||"Evo" new concept tube train||TBA|
|Circle||C Stock||1970||1990–1994||S Stock||2012|
|D Stock||1980–1983||2004–2008||S Stock||2013|
|C Stock||1977||1990–1994||S Stock||2013|
|Hammersmith & City||C Stock||1970||1990–1994||S Stock||2012|
|Jubilee||1996 Stock||1997–1998||Not scheduled||None announced|
|Metropolitan||A Stock||1961–1963||1994–1998||S Stock||2010-2013|
|Metropolitan||S Stock||2010||Not scheduled||None announced|
|Northern||1995 Stock||1998–2001||Not scheduled||None announced|
|Piccadilly||1973 Stock||1975||1996–2001||"Evo" new concept tube train||TBA|
|Victoria||2009 Stock||2009–2011||Not scheduled||None announced|
|Waterloo & City||1992 Stock||1993||2006||"Evo" new concept tube train||TBA|
References[change | change source]
- Waboso, David (December 2010). "Transforming the tube". Modern Railways. London. pp. 43–44.
- "Siemens reveals innovative air-con for deep Tube trains". Rail (673). Peterborough. 29 June 2011. p. 12.