Thanks I assume with an MA and compressors in the saloon.
Correct I assume. I recall seeing the compressors, not sure about the MA but I will check at some point.
The compressors and MA`s are all in the inside the saloon motor cars and i am still not convinced that TMU are going to do the work.
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I sincerely hope LU spends a few £ on the ability to run the trains under their own power from Ruislip to Acton ruther then all the b*gg*ration of splitting trains and running with the ancient relic/MPU. This would be good for the journey to Acton. However, there would be a risk in returning the 3-phase converted trains to Ruislip unless they are tested. Does anyone know whether the test track (27 road) at Acton will be retained?
Were the 67TS modified to be compatible with the Central Line Signalling, which is a close descendent to the OLD Victoria line system??
Do you mean the current Central Line signalling?
It is light years ahead of the old Victoria Line system in terms of technology and is more closely related to the current Victoria line in that regard. The similarity between Old Victoria and Current Central was more in terms of (very) basic principles than anything else.