The venerable art-deco 1938 tube train will be out and about again later this month as part of the Rickmansworth Festival.

One of the best preserved tube trains it is slightly reminiscent of a bygone age and has been wonderfully restored to its current condition.

If you went to the Aldwych Station blitz tours, that was the train they parked inside the station – while regular readers will know I have travelled on it a few times before.

Inside the carriages - 2


The trips take place on Sunday 22 May 2011

(children must be accompanied by an adult)

Journey 1 @ 10:38am – Harrow-on-the-Hill to Watford then to Rickmansworth then to Amersham – 1hr 30mins
Adults £25
Children £15

Journey 2 @ 12:55pm – Amersham to Rickmansworth, then to Watford and back again – 50mins
Adults £15
Children £8

Journey 3 @ 1:56pm – Amersham to Rickmansworth, then to Watford and back again – 50mins
Adults £15
Children £8

Journey 4 @ 2:56pm – Amersham to Rickmansworth, then to Watford and on to Harrow-on-the-Hill – 1hr 30mins
Adults £25
Children £15

Tickets purchased for the 1938 Tube stock will also allow you to travel on Sarah Siddons carriages free of charge for unlimited journeys subject to space being available.

A free heritage bus service, including the Museum’s iconic Routemaster RM1 will be making journeys between Rickmansworth Station and Rickmansworth Festival at  Batchworth Lock.

In addition, the Sarah Siddons, an original electric locomotive –  will run most of the day at a cost £5 for unlimited trips (first come, first served).


Tickets must be booked in advance by contacting the Transport Museum Booking Office on 020 7565 7298

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