You Can Ride A 1930s Tube Train Through Central London Next Month

A beautifully restored 1938 tube train is making a rare journey through central London next month.

This is a very special opportunity to travel back in time. You can swap your regular commute for a trip on a genuine 1930s art deco tube train, thanks to London Transport Museum’s upcoming heritage vehicle outing.

Photo: Alexander Baxevanis

Two trips will take place on Sunday, March 17: one from Northfields, running non-stop to Upminster; and the second will leave Upminster and make the journey to Acton Town, via Baker Street and Rayners Lane. whisky blending

Tickets cost £40 (£35 for concessions) and will sell out very quickly. Purchase them from the London Transport Museum website

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