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1938 tube stock on the Isle of Wight – A study of these veteran units now at work on the Isle of Wight. (Updated 17 June 2008)
1959 tube stock – Old Northern Line trains: noisy, charactered and ancient, a handful of these trains made it into 2000: the last was withdrawn on Thursday 27 January 2000. (Amendment 15 May 2011)
1960 tube stock – The remaining example is preserved and privately-owned, and comes out to play from time to time. (Updated 16 July 2008)
1962 tube stock – Old Central Line stock (some units worked on the Northern Line afterwards until 1999). A handful of units now on special duties around the system, plus one in preservation. (Revised 16 July 2008, selected addition 6 August 2012)
1967 tube stock – Old Victoria Line trains which drove themselves. Now all withdrawn for scrap, and replaced by the 2009 tube stock. (Addition 31 July 2006)
1972 MkI tube stock – Many of these are withdrawn ex-Northern Line trains, gone for scrap; some cars and units were refurbished and are in service on the Victoria & Bakerloo Lines. (Updated 17 July 2010)
1972 MkII tube stock – Bakerloo Line trains, outwardly similar to the old Victoria Line stock. (Updated and further new photos on 31 July 2006)
1973 tube stock – The refurbished Piccadilly Line fleet. (Revised and photos added 17 August 2008)
1983 tube stock – Some of these lasted just 9½ years in service on the Jubilee Line, and they’re all junk now. (New photos 28 June 2006)
1992 tube stock – The self-driving Central Line trains, plus the near-identical Waterloo & City Line stock. (Updated 27 June 2008)
1995 tube stock – The Northern Line fleet.
1996 tube stock – The Jubilee Line fleet, which now drives itself throughout the line. (Updated 17 July 2011)
2009 tube stock – The Victoria Line’s brand-new fleet of trains which drive themselves. (awaiting page)
A60/62 stock – Old Metropolitan Line trains dating from 1960, all withdrawn from passenger duties by autumn 2012. (Full revision awaited)
C69/77 stock – High-capacity trains for the Circle and Hammersmith Lines, plus all District Line services that run to Edgware Road. Now into their final year with some trains scrapped already.
D78 stock – District Line trains (except for running between High Street Kensington and Edgware Road), refurbished in the mid-2000s.
S stock – The new generic Subsurface stock which has replaced the A60/62 stock on the Metropolitan Line, and is starting do so on the Circle/District/Hammersmith & City Lines. (Page created on 17 January 2013)
Engineering & Heritage stock – features battery and Schoma diesel locos, Sarah Siddons, ancient sleet loco, and the Track Recording Train.
In preparing this work, I gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Brian Hardy’s London Underground Rolling Stock (various edition), the regular stock-move updates in Underground News, various other “standard texts” on the Underground (both paper and electronic), contributions on uk.transport.london or to my email-box, and the many members of LU staff both past and present who have been happy to help me face-to-face and via e-mail.