Favourite Tube Stock

Fav tube stock?

  • 1967 Stock

    Votes: 4 6.0%
  • 1972 Stock

    Votes: 9 13.4%
  • 1973 Stock

    Votes: 8 11.9%
  • 1992 Stock

    Votes: 13 19.4%
  • 1995 Stock

    Votes: 7 10.4%
  • 1996 Stock

    Votes: 26 38.8%

  • Total voters
    67
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Nitro

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1973TS for me as I used to live on the Piccadilly and got on them very often, plus they seem reasonably comfy.
 

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92 stock for me, being one of the few i've travelled on and overall i prefer it from the others i have been on, crossing off the 72MkII, 73ts, A stock and C stock.
 

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TC has summed up my personal preference (albeit rather harshly); 73s are my favourite and will certainly remain so for the time being. It looks and feels like a modern train despite its age, which IMHO highlights the quality of the refurbishment they received a few years back. I have a hunch they will serve the Picc for as long as the A60/62s have served the Met.
 

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This poll's about tube stock - SSL stock is in the other poll, just above / below this one ;)

Anyway - I'm voting for the 92. It's reasonably comfy, and does it's job as a train!
 

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Sturdjos said:
This poll's about tube stock - SSL stock is in the other poll, just above / below this one ;)

Anyway - I'm voting for the 92. It's reasonably comfy, and does it's job as a train!
There's a difference?

Sorry, all Tube stock is the same to me!

I suppose I'd vote for the Jubilee stock then otherwise.
 

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Seth said:
Tube & Surface stocks have quite a few distinguishing features which set them apart, most notably the difference in size and internal layout.
Hmm, well it's all Tube stock to me, regardless. If it runs as a London Underground service, on a London Underground line, then it's a Tube train.
 

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warriorofrovac said:
can we include the new 2009 (i think) stock for the bakerloo, victoria lines?
The bakerloo isnt getting the 2009 stock.

Anyway mine is the 1972 mk 2 coz it runs on the bakerloo and its really bouncy from harrow & wealdstone. my seccond was 1996 coz of the networker sounds.
 
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How dare you associate the Notworkers with the 96TS!

The 2009TS is for Victoria Line ONLY.
The 1967TS on the Victoria will be cascaded to Bakerloo Line.
 
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