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Steam on the London Underground 150th Anniversary 1863 - 2013
2013 begins in London and what a way to start it. 2013 was the 150th anniversary of the opening of the world's first Underground railway constructed by the Metropolitan Railway from Paddington to Farrington Street in 1863. This was to be the beginning of the now renowned London Underground rail network that is used by millions of people each week. As part of the anniversary celebrations London Underground and London Transport Museum organised a series of steam workings running on much of the original Metropolitan route, from Kensington Olympia to Moorgate. The locomotive for these runs was Metropolitan Railway's 1898 built E Class 0-4-4T No.1, as well as hauling an authentic rake of MR Victorian period stock from the Bluebell Railway, Metropolitan Vickers electric loco 'Sarah Siddons' was used for shunting purposes. It was a truly rare, memorable and once-in-a-lifetime event that became a dream come true. Starting off at a typical starting point at Westminster in central London looking briefly at a few key symbols of London before heading off to see the action. At Kensington Olympia Met 1 departs from the bay platform with a glimpse of the Olympia stadium in the background , shortly after we catch an awesome glimpse of the train emerge from the tunnels at the dramatic Earls Court cutting, passing a very near timeless late Victorian scene. Later in the evening Met 1 excellerates through Paddington's underground station the very spot where it all began 150 years ago. Filmed under the influence of "Perfect Planning Productions" hehehehe! These shots along with many others will be seen in MAINLINE DIARY 2013: PART 1 See http://www.ovpsteam.co.uk for more details
Views: 39542 Great Western MGM
London Underground Steam Train
Here's something you don't see every day! This train was running on the London Underground, on Sunday 13th January 2013, to celebrate 150years since the first train ran on the London Underground - at that time the first underground trains were steam trains and carriages!
Views: 28317 Tim Moody
Metropolitan Railway at 150 - Steam on the Underground
In January 2013 steam returned to the Met in the form of Metropolitan number 1. To make this run something extra special, former Metropolitan coaches from the LTM and Bluebell Railway were used as the rolling stock. To top it all off to assist with the top and tail operation was the LTM's own electric loco number 12 Sarah Siddons. This film was taken over both operating weekends by Sam Brown, Donna Lipowitz, Chris Eden-Green and Conor O'Connor.
Views: 44352 Samuel Brown
Met 1 Steam Train on the Underground (#tube150) 13th January 2013
13th January 2013, various shots of Met1, between Kensington Olympia and Moorgate tube stations.
Views: 65701 Geoff Marshall
LU150 Steam Train @ Paddington Underground Stn
The special steam train on its only daylight journey from Kensington Olympia to Moorgate seen passing through Paddington (subsurface) Underground station. It is a shame for the people on the other platform that there was a train blocking their view - but they knew the risks. I did too, and for a 'one-shot' opportunity I was not willing to accept the risk, even though the sight-line was better.
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Steam train on London Underground for anniversary
A 19th century steam train takes passengers for a rare ride on the London Underground to mark the 150th anniversary of the world's oldest metro system. Duration: 00:58
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I took this piece of 8mm film at Neasden in 1971, of the last day of steam workings by the London Underground of the two L89. London Transport 57xx panniers
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The world’s first underground railway opened in 1863 to help solve London’s traffic problems. By 1907 electricity had supersedes steam, deep tunnelling had created the ‘tube’ and the main network was established. This video charts the early achievements, the expansion which created London’s suburbs in the 1920’s and 30’s, it’s distinctive graphic design and architecture, the impact on the two wars and developments up to the present - carrying over 2,5 millions passengers daily. Experts, archive film and graphics combine to tell the unique story of the London’s Underground.
Views: 66378 Manu Guinarte
Steam London Underground 150 Years 13th January 2013 Met 1 Coach 353 Bluebell Notting Hill Gate
We start what was a very long day, on the Circle Line making my way from Victoria to the lovely 1868 built station of Notting Hill Gate. The first steam journey of the day (2:23) from Kensington Olympia to Moorgate, was for London Underground and TFL staff, accompanied by members of heritage organisations involved in this project. Also Boris Johnson, Mayor of London. We see more of him later!.. At (7:23) Sam Mullins (in the hat) Director of the LT Museum and (7:22) closest to camera in the spotty tie, Howard Collins, London Underground Chief Operating Officer At Moorgate (5:13) a barrier train, a brand new S7 unit, was placed to deter too many onlookers but also to mitigate the risk of passengers on the steam train opening the doors on the wrong side!! So people struggled to get a snap of the steam train through the S7's windows.... Back to Great Portland Street for the half empty return trip....what happened there??? After a gap of several hours we then see the main evening shuttle services (9:36) at Baker Street, Euston Square and Great Portland Street. These ran between Moorgate and Edgware Road, the oldest part of the Underground. The train comprises of steam engine Met 1, dating from 1898. Milk van number 3 built in 1896 and just restored to take part in these celebrations. "Jubilee" coach 353 dating from 1892 also just restored in a 16 month, £572,000 part lottery, part friends of LT museum funded project at the Ffestiniog Railway in North Wales. This derelict coach was rescued in 1974 after use as a farm building. It had been in storage eversince in the London Transport relics collection. You can watch a film of the restoration here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nbAUqii6wM Finally, the four 1898-1900 vintage Metropolitan coaches know as the "Chesham set" on loan from the Bluebell Railway in Sussex.. From this Easter, it will be much easier to visit when the Bluebell railway joins up with the national rail network at East Grinstead. Bringing up the rear is 1923 built Metropolitan Vickers Electric loco, Number 12 "Sarah Siddons" which ran in service until 1962. For the last trip (19:08) it's back on the Circle Line to where we started, Notting Hill Gate. A similar evening of journeys will be held next Sunday 20th January (see my other film) On 30th January 2013 Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cambridge (Camilla) rode on the underground from Farringdon, one stop to King's Cross as part of the 150th celebrations
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Classic steam train takes test run on the London Underground
To mark 150 years since the first ever underground public passenger journey, a restored steam train has taken to the rails in a test run. Report by Lauren Hood. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn . Subscribe to ITN News! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=itnsportsnews
Views: 5593 ODN
LU150 Steam Train @ Kings Cross St Pancras
The special steam train passing through the subsurface Underground platforms at Kings Cross St Pancras station whilst travelling from Edgware Road to Moorgate. Also look out for the 3D version of this film - the visual effect is superb!
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London Underground 150 Pioneer Steam Trains - 13 January 2013
On the evening of Sunday 13th January 2013, to commemorate the opening in 1863 of first underground railway from Paddington to Farringdon, a steam train made three trips to Moorgate. The first train started from Kensington Olympia, the next two from Edgware Road. Metropolitan Railway 0-4-4T No 1 & Metropolitan Electric loco No 12 Sarah Siddons top and tailed each train. The stock comprised Met 4 wheeled van, 1893 4 wheeled first No 353 and Bluebell railway's "Chesham set" with vehicles from 1898 & 1900.
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BBC Breakfast (June 1994) - Steam locomotives on the London Underground Metropolitan Line
Steam locomotives on the London Underground Metropolitan Line (June 1994)
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Thankfully The Tube Trains Were Always Electric
Imagine if London's deep level tube trains had emulated the subsurface lines and originally used steam locomotives. This film shows what it would have been like - and thats just from one train!
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The Underground Train Powered By Steam Electric & Diesel Locomotives!
A London Underground passenger train which was powered by steam, electric and diesel locomotives - simultaneously! The train also included a vintage passenger carriage which dates from when Queen Victoria was on the throne and is of a core design that harkens back to the early days of the railways when train designs emulated horse-drawn stagecoaches! This train was running on the Uxbridge branch of the London Underground Metropolitan Line, a route which was originally a rural steam railway and nowadays is also used by Piccadilly Line tube trains. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Some people have asked about the significance of the S7+1. The text below reveals all... The S stock trains on the Metropolitan Line have 8 cars and a mix of longitudinal and transverse seating. But for various reasons about which I am not 100% sure some of these have had to go back to the manufacturer for some sort of modification and to cover for them some of the S Stock trains destined for the other subsurface lines (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City) have been drafted on to the Metropolitan Line. The other S stock trains have solely longitudinal seating (ie: inside edge of the train facing inwards) and only 7 cars. So the ones currently being used on the Met Line have been lengthened by adding another car. This makes them S7 +1. The down side is the reduction in seating. Since this was filmed (in 2013) the S7 +1 trains have reverted back to normal.
Views: 3850 citytransportinfo
Steam on the London Underground
As part of the 150th Anniversary of the London Underground, a steam train consisting of Metropolitan No. 1, original London Transport Coaches and London Transport Electric Locomotive No 12 'Sarah Siddons' was run on the 13th and 20th of January. This video shows the Battery Locomotive Movements, the 150 Anniversary Liveried S Stock Movement and then the Steam Train all at Farringdon Station, with one brilliant Station Supervisor announcing and commentating the train on the 20th January 2013. . JOIN QUIZGROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: http://join.quizgroup.com/ .
Heritage Railway: Steam returns to the Underground (Steam Train on The Tube, London)
AMIDST a shroud of secrecy, steam traction returned to the London Underground tunnels. As a precursor to next year¹s celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of the Metropolitan Railway, and to help raise £250,000 to fund the overhaul of the Metropolitan Railway¹s 1898 0-4-4 No. 1, early on Sunday, February 26 LSWR Beattie well tank No. 30587 was used on a test train to see if steam haulage on the modern Underground system was feasible. On the Saturday, it was steamed and coupled smokebox-first to the Metropolitan railway 1923 electric locomotive No. 12 Sarah Siddons, which was used as a makeshift passenger-carrying vehicle for VIPS. The special train left Lillie Bridge just after 1am and ran to Earl¹s Court, taking the District Line through to Paddington and then along the old Metropolitan line to Baker Street, stopping briefly en route in Edgware Road. • The complete story of this historic train movement is contained in Heritage Railway issue 161, on sale on Thursday, March 15 2012. Visit: http://www.heritagerailway.co.uk/
Views: 16552 Mortons Media Group
Well this is a bit unusual, an abandoned London Underground Train all the way up north. The train is on the site of a huge government facility who's job it is to test the safety of various industries. The train and mock tunnel it's housed in was used to test various scenarios including terrorist attacks after 7/7. Our Equipment: Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera: https://amzn.to/2H8gAHr DJI Mavic Air Drone: https://amzn.to/2syZg9c Rode Videomic: https://amzn.to/2xvj0Ra YI 4K Action Camera: https://amzn.to/2smFgaK Sigma 10-20mm: https://amzn.to/2kGlrXN DJI Phantom 3 Pro: https://amzn.to/2HbngEM Merch: https://upthehoe.com Exploring the dilapidated ruins of civilisation, abandoned buildings, creepy theme parks, military bases, and underground vaults containing the remnants of a by gone era. And with a bit of comedy and humour chucked in there too, can't be too serious about these things. We're not serious urban explorers, we just love the adeventure. Urban Exploration is not for kiddies. Abandoned places are dangerous. Adventures are fun. Check us on our other pages: http://facebook.com/earthwillburn http://vimeo.com/earthwillburn http://youtube.com/earthwillburn And on the ol instagram: http://instagram.com/earthwillburn/ Shot by Jonny Norton, Alex Harvey, Mark Lloyd & Edited by Mark Lloyd. https://upthehoe.com And as always like, comment, subscribe and do what all you people do. #upthehoe
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London Underground steam train heritage run train leaving M
Metropolitan 1 steam engine pulling out if Moorgate station on the third run on 20 January 2013
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Fun With London Railway Steamers & Some Underground Stock Too! Hornby Triang EFE Metromodels etc.
Hornby Triang EFE Metromodels etc featuring: http://www.metromodels.net/ Details to follow.
Steam Train on Metropolitan Tube Line - London Underground
On Sunday 20th January 2013, the newly restored Met Locomotive No. 1 made a special journey between Moorgate to Edgware Road, bringing steam back to the line to celebrate the opening of the world's first underground railway 150 years ago. Being pulled by Met Locomotive No. 1 are the beautifully restored Metropolitan Railway 'Jubilee' carriage No. 353 (built 1892) and the Chesham set of coaches, on loan from the Bluebell Railway. Metropolitan Railway electric locomotive No. 12 'Sarah Siddons' formed the rear of the train. This footage was taken as the train passed through Baker Street at approximately 7.30pm.
Views: 3763 NVGS400
Steam Train London Underground -- Kings Cross. St Pancras
London Underground 150th anniversary! Steam train takes commemorative journey along part of the original Metropolitan line which is now the Hammersmith and City line. Met Locomotive No 1 & Met Locomotive No 12 Sarah Siddons 13/01/2013
Views: 5649 Richtea8
London Underground 150, Steam, Metropolitan Railway no 1
Metropolitan Railway E Class 0-4-4T steam locomotive "No 1" on the first public run of the London Underground 150 celebration filmed at Farringdon Underground Station on Sunday 13th January 2013. No more words need be said here, its all described in the video. The only thing you wont get is the smell! Fantastic.
Views: 4678 MrKnowwun
Steam train outing celebrating London Underground's 150th anniversary
On Sunday 13th January the newly restored Met Locomotive No. 1 steam train travelled on the Tube to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Tube opened on the 9th January 2013, with the first passengers the following day. The railway was then the Metropolitan Railway. For more information about Tube 150, visit the Transport for London website: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tube150 Transcript: Mike Brown Well today we're celebrating 150 years of London Underground. The Underground was the first underground railway anywhere in the world opened in 1863 and it's great to be celebrating our 150th birthday and looking back with some nostalgia on the past with the great locomotive and carriages you see behind me, but also of course looking forward to we hope is going to be a great future for the next 150 years and beyond. Well clearly since 1863 the Tube has evolved hugely, new technology has been introduced throughout we've seen the introduction of automatic doors, we've seen the introduction of automatic trains and signalling systems. We've seen a huge series of advances. Boris Johnson They wouldn't let me drive it! I really congratulate TfL (Transport for London), Peter Hendy, everybody who thought this up. I think it's taken a lot of energy to overcome all the health and safety problems and put the proper London Underground steam train on London Underground again. Interviewee 1 It was great, this is the oldest metro line, underground line in the world. So it's a great thing to be here. Interviewee 2 Oh it was fantastic, really, really, it's like a trip back in history. Interviewee 3 It's beautiful, absolutely beautiful, these carriages are fantastic. Boris Johnson What will London be like in 150 years time. That's the question we're posing today. That was 120 years ago, that's today. What's it going to be like in 150 years time?
Views: 7793 Transport for London
Farewell to Steam on the Underground
Shot on Standard 8mm film in 1971 on the occasion of the end of steam usage on the Underground. London Transport ran a special train from Barbican to an open day at Neasdon depot. The audio is the original recorded on the day. It appears that L94 is still going strong. You can see her here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hba_zvgOr8Q Brake van B557 is also still in existence and can be seen at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Aylesbury.
Steam on the Underground
Beattie well tank 30587 leaving Baker Street Station
Views: 32460 Leon Daniels
Battery Electric Steam Train
This film shows a special train departing northbound from Ealing Common depot and through Ealing Common station. The train comprised battery electric locomotive No. 25, Metropolitan Railway steam locomotive No.1, Metropolitan Railway 1st class Jubilee coach No.353 (complete with passenger!) and battery electric locomotive No.45. The train was heading for Ruislip depot in advance of the final steam train special event of the 2013 celebrations of it being 150 years since the 1863 opening of the first section of the Metropolitan Railway. The special steam event was scheduled for Sunday 8th December 2013 and the steam train travelled between Harrow-On-The-Hill and Uxbridge (LU)* stations. *The other two Uxbridge stations fell victim to disinvestment, which in other words means closure.
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London Underground 150 Years Steam Train Baker Street 20130113.MTS
London Underground historic Steam Train thru Baker Street with Metropolitan 1 and Sarah Siddons to celebrate 150 Years - Early run Sunday 13th January 2013 East Bound
Views: 3920 Stuart W Hill
Steam train marks 150 years of London Underground
Passengers and tourists were treated to the sight of an old-fashioned steam locomotive running on the London Underground to mark 150 years of the Tube, which opened on 8 January 1963.
Views: 691 IBTimes UK
Steam Train on London Underground at Chorleywood
This steam train was running on the Metropolitan line of the London Underground between Rickmansworth and Chesham.
Views: 30 Desp erados
London Underground steam train recreates first journey
London Underground steam train recreates first journey London Underground steam train recreates its first journey for its 150th anniversary . The steam train arrives in Moorgate Station at 7:47pm sharp. http://www.demotix.com/news/1724610/london-underground-steam-train-recreates-first-journey#media-1724567 ©See Li (Phototoday2008) All in UK Corporate events Events Organise & Promoter http://www.allinukcorporateevents.co.uk/
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1930's London railways.  Commuters and steam trains.  Film 34031
London railways. L.M.S. London Midland Scotland railway steam and electric train services. Good scenes of passengers on the platform in London. Commouters get on suburban steam train (possibly Harrow and Wealdstone) Stream train travels through suburbs. Arrives at Euston, mass of commuters get off the train. Good general views of London Underground tube trains (all open air stations). Commuters waiting on platform, title 'Time Is Important to the City Worker'. Train driver edward Yorke and others.
Views: 14725 HuntleyFilmArchives
History of The Tube | How London Underground was built (2018)
London Underground is the oldest and one of the biggest railway systems in the world, carrying millions of people every day. It has 270 stations, and the total length of the network is 402 kilometres. The Underground is as much a part of London as Big Ben and Buckingham Palace, and is one of the most recognised brands around the world. It started as a crazy idea in the 1800s; running steam trains under the ground sounded as insane back then, as if someone suggested building an elevator from Earth to Moon today. But it was a necessity; London roads were terribly overcrowded, and the city needed a transport solution. That’s when Charles Pearson came to arena, and built Metropolitan - an underground line between what’s now Paddington and Farringdon. It opened in 1863, but Pearson didn’t attend the opening, having passed a year earlier. Prime Minister Lord Palmerston also didn’t come to the opening; being almost 80 years old, he said he’d like to spend as much time above the ground as he could. The Metropolitan was a success, although the tunnels were filled with train fumes. The train drivers were growing beards to filter the air they were breathing. The line was growing, and the city started to expand as well. In fact, the underground railway is one of the reasons London has such a relatively low population density today. The success of Metropolitan motivated other entrepreneurs to invest in building more lines. That’s when District and Circle lines were built. The two new lines, however, were run by rivals, James Forbes and Edward Watkin. Their rivalry was so extreme, that Watkins’ trains were running clockwise, while Forbes’ trains in the other direction. Thanks to new tunneling technologies and the use of electrified rails, the new lines were being built on a deeper level under the ground, and the shape of the tunnels gave birth to the phrase “Tube”, as most of the Londoners call the underground today. Soon Waterloo & City, Central, Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines were built, mainly under the lead of Charles Tyson Yerkes, who was the first person attempting to unify London’s chaotic underground network. Although thousands of commuters used the Tube every day, it wasn’t popular among the public, mainly because the trains didn’t have windows; the manufacturers figured there was nothing to see deep below the ground. In 1906 Frank Pick began working for Underground Electric Railway Limited, and for the next 30 years he was leading the progress of the Tube, helping it to become the most famous and respected transport system in the world. Pick had a great eye for design. He introduced the roundel - the famous logo of the tube, which today is recognised even by those who have never been to London. He asked calligrapher Edward Johnston to design the tube’s unique font - Underground Sans, which is used up to day. He commissioned Harry Beck to design a map that would simplify navigating through the most complicated transport system. Funnily enough, Harry Beck was paid just 10 pounds for designing what became one of the most iconic samples of navigation design in history - the Tube Map. Numerous architects took part in shaping what the stations look like today. Charles Holden designed several iconic stations, including Arnos Grove and Gants Hill, which was inspired by the Moscow Metro. Sir Norman Foster designed Canary Wharf - one of the biggest Tube stations ever built. London Underground played a huge role during World War II, when the tunnels and stations were used as bomb shelters for thousands of civilians. In 1968 the recording of “Mind the gap” was introduced, to warn the passengers about the gap between the train and the platform. Most of the lines still use the original recording from 1968 featuring the voice of sound recordist Peter Lodge. Some other stations use the recording of a voice artist Emma Clarke. The Piccadilly line, however, uses the voice of Tim Bentinck, better known as David Archer from The Archers music band. Despite the World Wars and years of underinvestment, London Tube continued to grow, although much slower than in the early years. Only two new lines were built since Charles Yerkes - Victoria and Jubilee. London was the first city that has built a metro link to the airport. The railway system was also extended with the introduction of Overground, which became a great instrument in the gentrification of East London. The Tube, now 150 years old, is an essential part of London’s life and culture. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that the Underground shaped London into the city that it is today.
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london underground steam train
150th annyversary of london underground celebrated with the revamped steam train used in 1860s
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Steam Train On London Underground 150 Anniversary Run
A lovingly restored vintage steam train, one of the first used by London Underground on its final run from Moorgate to Earl's Court.
Views: 116 Moshe Bar-Levy
Steam train ushers in 150 years of London Underground
One hundred and fifty years ago London became the first city in the world to dig tunnels and run railways underneath the ground, in an effort to quicken transport that was painfully slow above ground. In celebration, London Underground allowed riders to go back in time with a steam train.
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Steam Train passes Farringdon on London Underground 13/01/2013.
Steam on the London Underground! Steam locomotive Met No.1 passes Farringdon hauling the 1915 Kensington Olympia - Moorgate, one of the London Underground 150th anniversary specials, on the evening of 13th Jan 2013. On the rear is electric locomotive No 12 'Sarah Siddons'.
Views: 238 Wubblechap
London Underground steam train in Baker Street Station
London Underground steam train running through Baker Street Station. This to celebrate 150years London underground
Views: 385 Oetsie
Steam On The London Underground - 150 years of the 'Tube'
On 13th January 2013, to Celebrate the networks 150 year anniversary, steam returned to the London Underground. The 1898 built steam engine known as Met Locomotive No 1 travelled to and from Moorgate station taking in part of the original Metropolitan Line - now the Hammersmith & City Line. Stations packed with spectators and photographers greeted the special train along its historic journey below the capitals streets. My video features the train on its various trips the coaches being pulled by both Met 1 and Electric Locomotive No.12 Sarah Siddons.
Views: 1860 Leigh984
Steam train in the Sydney Underground - 5910 - Wynyard - April 1993
Steam locomotive 5910, assisted by electric locomotive 8610 passes through Wynyard station in Sydney's Underground network on April 12th, 1993. The footage was recorded in Easter 1993. That was when the main north was shut between Hornsby and Strathfield resulting in the Brisbane and Murwillumbah XPT services, the loco hauled Grafton express and a limited number of freights being diverted via the North Shore. Footage of the alcos on the Grafton express smoking up the underground has been on YouTube for a while, and scenes of the XPTs on the Harbour Bridge and in Wynyard have been uploaded recently. 5910 had spent Easter working the RTM's epic "Grand Circle Steam Safari" tour to Coota - Parkes - Dubbo - Newcastle and was on the last leg of the trip returning to Sydney on the Monday night. The only other time in the 90s that 5910, or any other steam loco for that matter, travelled through Wynyard and over the bridge was on March 15th, 1992, when it ran to Hornsby and then spent the day hauling shuttles from there to North Sydney.
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Steam Train at Earl's Court Underground
150 Years of London Underground
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Steam power returns to London Underground for dress rehearsal
As part of the Tube's 150th birthday celebrations, Met Loco Number 1 took a test drive on the underground ahead of Sunday's anniversary. A special steam-powered service is set to run for ticketholders between Kensington Olympia and Moorgate on Sunday, 150 years to the day that the Metropolitan Line first took paying passengers on the London Underground. Howard Collins, chief operating officer for the London Underground, and Sam Mullins, director of the London Transport Museum, discuss how a vintage Metropolitan Line steam locomotive and carriage have returned to the track to mark the 150th anniversary of the Tube. Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/9793672/Tube-150th-anniversary-Steam-power-returns-to-London-Underground-for-dress-rehearsal.html Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe to The Telegraph http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
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Steam train at Earl's Court station. London Underground 150
13 January 2013, part of London Underground's 150th anniversary celebrations. Steam engine at the front, the Metropolitan One, the electric engine Sarah Siddons at the back, the train left Kensington Olympia and travelled to Moorgate. We were at Earl's Court on Platform 1. The people inside the train's Victorian carriages paid £100 - £150 for their tickets. Reflected in the carriages, you can see a modern District Line train's open doors and a passenger taking photographs.
Views: 592 Sarah McCartney
Steam train in London Underground 2014.08.09
Steam train in London Underground (but hauled by electric locomotive :D )
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Steam London Underground 150 Met 1 20th January 2013 Baker Street King's Cross Bluebell Railway
Just a few shots of the second Sunday of steam trains on the London Underground. An event to celebrate the 150th anniversary of it's opening on the 10th January 1863..Most of the trips ran between Moorgate and Edgware Road. You can read full details of the train in my film from last week but most of the carriages are the magnificent 1898-1900 vintage Metropolitan Railway coaches know as the "Chesham Set" on loan from the Bluebell Railway in Sussex...From this Easter you will be able to visit that railway by train from London and possibly ride in these coaches, when the Bluebell's extension to join the National Rail network at East Grinstead finally opens. Restored "Jubilee" coach 353 will also be visiting in the future.. In the last shot, my favorite, as King's Cross was filled with steam and smoke, unaware tourists and weary Sunday night travelers were left goggle eyed by the spectacle.. UPDATE:..The Bluebell Railway extension to East Grinstead WILL OPEN ON SATURDAY 23RD MARCH 2013.....CONFIRMED
Views: 2687 traindriver35

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