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Re Thunder's Post #5, they were "Oerliken" stock, built by the LMS between 1914 and 1923 and fitted with Oerliken electrical equipment. Used on the LMS services from Euston-Watford, Broad Street-Richmond (and Kew Bridge until WWII) and Willesden Junction- Earl's Court (West London Line - also suspended from 1939).

Re Gary's Post #7 - I'd love to see a LNER articulated set. One of these is being restored on the North Norfolk Railway, and I have happy memories of travelling in them in the late 1950s on the North Woolwich line to train-spot at Stratford or Liverpool Street stations.
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Re Thunder's Post #5, they were "Oerliken" stock, built by the LMS between 1914 and 1923 and fitted with Oerliken electrical equipment. Used on the LMS services from Euston-Watford, Broad Street-Richmond (and Kew Bridge until WWII) and Willesden Junction- Earl's Court (West London Line - also suspended from 1939).

Re Gary's Post #7 - I'd love to see a LNER articulated set. One of these is being restored on the North Norfolk Railway, and I have happy memories of travelling in them in the late 1950s on the North Woolwich line to train-spot at Stratford or Liverpool Street stations.
Regards,
John Webb
 
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