Ride A Vintage Jubilee Line Train On A Hidden Section Of Track

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Ride A Vintage Jubilee Line Train On A Hidden Section Of Track
Prince Charles in the cab of a Jubilee line train on its official opening. Image: TfL

Fancy riding a tube train on a central London section of track not normally open to the public? Of course you do.

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Jubilee line (or part of it, at least), Hidden London is running special one-day-only rides on a section between Green Park and Charing Cross that we don't normally see.

Board a 96-stock train and hear about the history of the line from Hidden London experts as you travel down the track. Once you arrive at Charing Cross, there's a chance to stay on the train into the overrun tunnel, have your photo taken in the driver's cab, and take a Hidden London tour of the Underground station.

Tickets are on sale now, and this one is going to sell out FAST.

Jubilee 40 takes place on Sunday 10 November 2019, with rides at 9am and 1.45pm. Tickets are £90 for adults/£85 for children and need to be booked in advance.

Find out more about the history of the Jubilee line through these vintage images.

Last Updated 15 October 2019