In part 1 we looked at the service that had historically run on the Metropolitan Line, since its takeover by the London Passenger Transport board. Major improvements to both track and service occurred in the early 1960s, but these changes were really just the completion of work planned before World War II, but which the subsequent period of austerity had prevented from being implemented. Sadly the only changes that appeared after this were not positive, and represented a long drawn out period of ...
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