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UK Jubilee Line Tube Trains, HSL Harpur Hill - Mar 16

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Visited with @-Raz-, @Fatpanda & @Butters

 

Saw these a year or so ago and thought they were pretyy cool, and when Raz snuck them into the days itinerary i was more than happy.

 

Used to test effective evacuation methods and involved in tests after the 7/7 bombings, these 3 tube trains have been vandalised to hell and back.

 

Still a worthy mooch.

 

Not much more i can say really...

 

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On with some photos;

 

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Thanks for looking :thumb

 

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Nice one Hydro.. I fancied this myself until I was told it was live and MoD.

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Looks like this has well & truly had the fuck kicked out of it! I don't approve, but the vandalism adds to the charm of it. Nice shots dude :)

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