apologies, I had just been reading about delays between Finchley Road and Baker Street and still had that on my mind.Since when has the Jubilee line gone to Aldgate?
If anything yesterday's Baker Street fiasco was more concerning for the longer term. Train emergency braked and ended up gapped over the complex of points on the approach to Baker Street (Met), with a train stalled behind. Hour and a half to resolve, which to be fair probably wasn't too bad in the circumstances, but still needless to say completely destroyed the Met, Circle and H&C.Two SMA boundaries and a starter?
It springs to mind that (if we have an accurate map) it would be very easy to have a computer check every possible train location and identify any that are gapped.Now that it is realised that trains can be gapped at that point an extra bit of 3rd/4th rail will soon appear.
Trains do not carry Rail Gap Jumper leads, they are far too bulky and heavy to be carried on a train.I also thought that trains carried a a pair of leads, one end of which plugged into a socket on the side of a motor car and the other ends were clamped to live rails. The train could then be moved a few yards to reach live rails. Perhaps H&S had them banned.