Update information can be found at the Change List for all parts of the SQUAREWHEELS.org.uk website.
The last day of the 1959 Tube Stock – Full coverage of the last-ever public workings for these veteran Northern Line trains (Thursday 27 January 2000).
Underground Trains – Photos and explanation providing comparison between the many and various types of train used on London Underground.
The re-opening of Mornington Crescent – full coverage of the station’s long-awaited re-opening in April 1998. As featured in The Little Book Of Mornington Crescent (Orion Media, 2000)!
General Photos – Further photographs and information about London Underground including the iconic Mind The Gap announcements, and views from the driving cab of a Central Line train. (Modified 28 September 2013)
Charing Cross/Strand/Embankment conundrum – a definitive explanation of the bewildering catalogue of name-changes in this area.
LUL Programme Machine – a description and explanation of the antediluvian method used for storing signalling data, designed with automation of the London Underground in mind.
Hastings DEMU – this lovingly-preserved narrow-bodied unit in
action on the main line.
See also the official Hastings Diesels Limited website at http://www.hastingsdiesels.co.uk/ – this includes updated information about forthcoming events.
Miscellaneous pictures – features Britain, France and Switzerland at present.
Deltic D9000 – in action on public passenger duties once more. (Well, it was at the time!)
Clive’s UndergrounD Line Guides – Clive Feather’s brilliantly-detailed and methodical record of the history, layout and service on each of the lines of London’s Underground. A “must-visit”!
John Rowland’s site – maps of tube stations, a now-static list of Transport Plans for the London area (TPftLa), and many other London-orientated resources, including an improved Docklands Light Railway map and some suggestions for line alterations on the Underground. Geocities ceased hosting websites including John’s, but someone has archived it at the link above. If that doesn’t work, try the version at web.archive.org.
alwaystouchout.com – Dave Arquati’s high-quality resource for transport projects happening or planned in London. Unofficially “taking over from” John Rowland’s TPftLa.
UrbanRail.Net – The one-stop shop for information about Metro systems everywhere. (Formerly called MetroPlanet; maintained by Robert Schwandl.)
London Underground History – Disused Stations – by Hywel Williams. An informed, well-presented and thoroughly-researched set of pages, describing subterranean disused Underground stations: worth a close look.
Metadyne – the homepage of Mike Horne, technical writer and researcher. (No relation to the old URL of some parts of this site!)