When it comes to rolling stock on the Underground, it has become very easy in recent years to focus on the new. We have seen new trains on both the Victoria and the Sub-surface lines and we have seen the official launch of the “New Train for London” (NTfL) programme – TfL’s plan to replace all “deep tube” stock with a single, universal new train. What is easy to forget, however, is that NTfL will not be seen until the first half of the 2020s at the earliest and, as the supporting ...
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