Friday, 27 March 2009
A look back to the era when London tube trains weren't painted red, but just trundled around in bare aluminium. I suppose it saved money on paint. This is, I think, 1962 stock, so it was pretty new when I took this picture at White City, on the Central Line, in August 1963.
These trains were fairly spartan inside, but they served us well for some 40 years.