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London Underground 1960's

Tube train at Piccadilly Circus Underground Station, London, Artist: The Photographic Greeting Card Co Ltd Stock Photo

East London Line "Q" stock train at New Cross Gate in 1971. This train was at least 32 years old at the time this photo was taken. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

East London Line "Q" stock train at New Cross Gate in This train was at least 32 years old at the time this photo was taken.

Ongar Underground Station (1865-1994) became part of the London Underground as the far Essex end of the Central Line in 1949, and was closed in 1994. It is now part of the heritage Epping Ongar Railway.

Ongar Underground Station became part of the London Underground at the far Essex end of the Central Line in and was closed in It is now part of the heritage Epping Ongar Railway.

Northern Line trains at Morden station

This Northern Line stock has now all been withdrawn from service for good.

12 August 1957: Sir John Elliott, Chairman of the LTE, shakes hands with the driver of the new prototype 'silver' tube train at Northfields station on the Piccadilly Line

12 August Sir John Elliott, Chairman of the LTE, shakes hands with the driver of the new prototype 'silver' tube train at Northfields station on the Piccadilly Line

Old and the new...London Underground is the oldest underground or subway in the world. Here the latest stock on the line can be seen rolling through historic Notting Hill Gate station.

London Underground is the oldest underground or subway in the world. Here the latest stock on the line can be seen rolling through historic Notting Hill Gate station.

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