A 1930s Tube Train Is Returning To London... And You Get To Ride It!

A 1930s Tube Train Is Returning To London... And You Get To Ride It!

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Start perfecting those pin curls and brushing up on your vintage slang — you could be taking a trip to 1930s London. On Sunday 17 March, London Transport Museum is hosting one of its famous heritage vehicle outings: meaning you've got the rare chance to ride a genuine 1938 art deco tube train.

Two non-stop trips along the District, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines run as follows:

  • Northfields to Upminster
  • Upminster to Acton Town, via Baker Street and Rayners Lane

Mmmm... we can practically feel that retro moquette already.

Each journey aboard the beautifully restored train costs £40 for adults and £35 for kids over 11 and concessions. Keep an eye on the website for tickets.

Last Updated 27 February 2019