The LPTB was nationalised in 1948, and the reconstruction of the mainline railways was given priority over the maintenance of the Underground. The scheme was originally managed as a PPP by TranSys; TfL bought the rights to the Oyster card name in 2008. , The Fleet line through central London was first proposed in 1965, taking over the Bakerloo line's Stanmore branch at Baker Street and then running via Fleet Street to Lewisham. Aliens arrive on Earth to possess the bodies of humans.
Although the plan was supported by the City of London, the railway companies were not interested and the company struggled to proceed.
Was this review helpful to you? Queen Elizabeth made an official visit to Baker Street Underground Station to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Underground in 2013. The first deep-level tube line, the City and South London Railway, opened in 1890 with electric trains. After World War I they promoted housing estates near the railway with the "Metro-land" brand and nine housing estates were built near stations on the line. I decided today to play your songs -- all of 'em -- straight through because then there's no chance of missing any, like this one.  The Central line extensions in east and west London were completed, tube trains running to Epping from 1949.
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 In July 1905 the District began running electric trains from Ealing to Whitechapel and on the same day the Met and the District both introduced electric units on the inner circle until later that day an incompatibility was found between the way the shoe-gear was mounted on the Met trains and the District track. In the 1920s more powerful electric and steam locomotives were purchased and Metropolitan Railway stations were redesigned by their architect Charles W Clark.
/ Queen of the underground, where have you been?  By 1850 there were seven railway termini located around the urban centre of London and the concept of an underground railway linking the City of London with these stations was first proposed in the 1830s. A mercenary with a three-bladed sword rediscovers his royal heritage's dangerous future when he is recruited to help a princess foil the designs of a brutal tyrant and a powerful sorcerer in conquering a land.
 The Great Northern & City Railway was built to take main line trains from the Great Northern Railway (GNR) at Finsbury Park to the City at a terminus at Moorgate. @samfranklin-1: thanks very much Sam, you're a good friend! The Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL) was established in 1902 to fund the electrification of the District Railway and to complete and operate three tube lines, the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway, the Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway and the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway, which opened in 1906–07. Here are 13 photos of royals pretending to know how to use public transportation — and in rare cases, actually using it. The contactless Oyster card first went on sale in 2003.
The closure of West Kensington yard the following year meant the withdrawal of goods trains from District and Piccadilly tracks.
In 2003 control passed to Transport for London (TfL), which had been opposed to the arrangement and, following financial failure of the infrastructure companies, had taken full responsibility by 2010. However, only torture and death await her. Barbarian Queen An epic from the dark ages about the legendary lost tribe of warrior women.
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A conductor rail energised with +500 volts DC conductor rail for the northbound tunnel and −500 volts for the southbound laid between the running rails, though offset from the centreline, powered the electric locomotives that hauled the carriages.
Fares increased following a legal challenge but the fare zones were retained, and in the mid-1980s the Travelcard and the Capitalcard were introduced.  This was a legacy of the original intention to haul the trains by cable.
No fault was found with the train equipment, the subsequent report found that there was insufficient evidence to determine the cause. , At the same time, the exterior of the trains were painted as it had proved difficult to remove graffiti from unpainted aluminium.
In the early years of the 21st century, London Underground was reorganised in a public–private partnership where private companies upgraded and maintained the infrastructure. Goods depots were opened in the Farringdon area, accessed from the City Widened Lines.
, The Moorgate tube crash occurred on 28 February 1975 on the isolated Northern City Line when a southbound train failed to stop at the Moorgate terminus and crashed into the wall at end of the tunnel, killing forty-four people. you write really beautiful songs Michael, I'm enjoyinh this a lot - echoes of the Jayhawks in this. , Goods services were withdrawn in the 1950s and '60s. , The UK government tried to find another private firm to fill the vacuum left by the liquidation of Metronet.  By 1907, the C&SLR had extended from both ends, south to Clapham Common and north to Euston.
 There was pressure on London Transport to get the line open in time for the opening of the Millennium Dome on 1 January 2000 and the extension opened in stages from Stratford, with through running from 22 November 1999, when the Charing Cross terminus closed.
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This left the exhibition centre without a railway service, so after the war the station was renamed Kensington (Olympia) and served by a District line shuttle from Earl's Court.
 After running trains from Walthamstow, first to Finsbury Park and then to Warren Street in 1968, the line to Victoria was officially opened in March 1969.
, In 1869, a passage was dug through the London Clay under the Thames from Great Tower Hill to Pickle Herring Stairs near Vine Street (now Vine Lane). , After the war new trains were purchased to run on the Metropolitan, District, Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines, the Piccadilly line trains having air-operated sliding doors.
, In 1898, the Waterloo & City Railway was opened between London & South Western Railway's terminus at Waterloo station and a station in the City.  After experiments with an AEC lightweight diesel multiple unit in 1952, steam trains were removed from the Central line following the electrification of the Epping–Ongar section in 1957.
 Before any work was started on the Met, the 1935–1940 New Works Programme was announced. @michael-joy: not at all.
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