On Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 June, London Transport Museum & TfL will mark 150 years of the District line with a special heritage event that will see a steam train travelling through tunnels into central London on the Underground for the last time. Tickets will be available later in the year via the Museum website.
In the interests of not turning this into a 'master thread' for all and sundry LU-related heritage operations, I've split out the the posts about the 4TC's visit to Swanage to a new thread.
There's no problem using this thread to notify of future heritage train events, or to discuss more generally heritage operations on LU (as indeed this thread grew from), but please create a new thread to discuss specific heritage trips. Thanks.
Last Edit: Jan 31, 2019 17:14:20 GMT by MoreToJack
Is it permitted to share the timetable for this Sunday's 1938 tube stock journeys?
I have seen it elsewhere, in the public domain.
Forum rules say:
7.1 (Unusual Train Movements)
This forum does not actively encourage the posting of the timings for unusual train movements for the following reasons: (7.1a) The information is usually available only within documents marked 'for internal use only' (7.1b) The timings can never be guaranteed - in fact these sort of movements often don't happen at the times published, if at all (7.1c) Making the details of such movements public could cause issues with unplanned overcrowding at stations or other locations