Heritage Railway

Help £200K appeal to run last Q stock tube cars

LONDON Transport Museum has launched a nationwide appeal to raise £200,000 to restore the last three surviving 1930s Q stock cars so they can be run on heritage tube services.

The money is needed to fund engineering and restoration work, with the aim of having the first Q stock train running since 1971.

The Q stock trains represent an experimental era of prewar modernisation on

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