Has LUL finally abandoned the 'Space Train' concept or is it just in abeyance?ad:
MancunianTrammer said:Arent the new victoria and surface stock trains goin to be articulated. I read somwhere they are.
MancunianTrammer said:Wouldnt it be nice if evrything was ATO
Nick W said:Will it have to be computer driven?
Seth said:The new vic line stock won't be (2009TS).
DistrictLine said:Has LUL finally abandoned the 'Space Train' concept or is it just in abeyance?ad:
LondonBVE said:For myself I'm not really a fan on ATO, but if you asked me to drive an ATO Line the first reply is "No." cause I simply don't like to drive an ATO train just only sit down there. Well if you like it come here to Singapore, you just only have to pray that it won't rain so that you can read newspaper while driving.
LondonBVE said:Sadly, no as it is still driven by a driver. (I think so)
LondonBVE said:The new Victoria Line Line stock is call the 2005 Tube Stock as stated somewhere.
And somewhere might be...?LondonBVE said:The new Victoria Line Line stock is call the 2005 Tube Stock as stated somewhere.
Sturdjos said:When say, a Central or Vic T/op's train is going full pelt in ATO, would he feel ''helpless'' because he isn't part of the loop (apart from pressing the start buttons, doors etc.), I'd imagine I'd rather want to be driving the thing as opposed to sitting there at 45mph (on the Vic) watching the computer do it's work!