A REVOLUTION FOR THE PICCADILLY LINE

 

2024 stock: the Inspiro Piccadilly Line trains are recognisably a London Underground train, but beneath the surface they are radically different to the trains they are replacing.
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Introducing new trains on the London Underground is always a challenge – and particularly so on the immensely space-constrained deep tube lines – the Bakerloo, Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria and Waterloo & City Lines. For train builders, ther is unlikely to be an established metro train platform which can be adapted, meaning a virtually bespoke approach is needed.

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