These Platform Mirrors can be found at station ends where the driver can see the full length of the train. They are used to aid the Operator in the door closing procedure where they can close the doors safely so injury is not caused to passengers.
This style was modelled to the likeness of Edgware Road Sub-Surface platforms.
More to come!
Deep Tube tunnel signals used on lines such as Bakerloo, Central, Jubilee, Piccadilly, Northern, Victoria and Waterloo & City.
These platform markers aid the driver into the correct stopping position for the Train. This particular style is used with the newer S Stock found on the Circle, District Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines.
Standard style Bullhead rail track used way into todays era, although much have been replaced by the newer flat-bottom rail tracks.
Surface signals found on the majority of the network.
London Underground Heavy Duty High Deck wagon, part of the engineering fleet, these are found carrying old track panels or pre-fabricated point work to and from the work site.
London Underground Ballast/Spoil wagon, now part of the engineering fleet they were once part of British Rails rolling stock under the name of YVC Turbot Wagon. London Underground (Then called London Transport) purchased the wagons off BR and converted them for use on their battery loco engineering trains.
Typical London Underground bench found at station platform, I’ve noticed this wooden style is almost always found on surface platforms and not on any of the sub-surface/deep tube platforms.
London Underground Tube style bufferstops. You’ll find this style on the Central, Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines.