1938 Tube train leaving Uxbridge April 2008
ΣΟΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΤΣΙΡΚΟ ΓΑΜΟ ΤΗΝ ΤΙΧΗ ΤΟΥ ΓΑΜΩ
You are absolutely right these trains were way ahead of their time. They had an 100% unique sound, they seemed to have a smoother ride. It is amazing that they keep this stock rolling, and 2013 is going to be a celebratory year for the underground, so look out for this train again and possibly steam on the Metropolitan line. Hopefully new HD videos then.
Are you actually that dumb? It's obviously a special running in recent times.
seriously? Seriously no
That's a bit late that one.
@FogboundCrane3 Are you fake? Surely no-one could be as stupid as you.
@Cazkumali The six trains on the Isle of Wight also used to serve the Bakerloo line.
@Cazkumali This is the first train of the 1938 stock, and by its orange roof, you can tell that it's the train stored at the Acton depot and used to run on the Bakerloo line.
1938 stock ran mostly on the Northern & Bakerloo lines to begin with (a small number operated the Picadilly line), and were later also used on the East London Line. Some of the passenger cars were also used for a while on sections of the Central line.
Such a nice sound unlike the washing machine motors they use now.
@FogboundCrane3 you utter knob
I wonder which tube line the 1938TS used to run before going to the isle of wight
I was at London in 1984.
Too bad that I didn't have a camera at that time.
I remember them well when they were on the Northern Line alongside thirty of the then new 1972 stock.
interesting! Do you have any more info on why it was running a service in 2008? I notice it said special on the first and last cab. I wouldn't mind travelling on one of those!
Lovely old train
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