This weekend, the Epping Ongar heritage railway, at the end of the Central line, will be hosting a grand total of five steam trains chugging decoratively through the Essex countryside.
The heritage railway at Epping, formerly part of the Central line has gained its very own tube train, a 1959 era Northern line carriage.
Ongar station, once part of the Central line has a small art gallery inside it now, and their first exhibition of the year is appropriately about trains.
The Epping Ongar Railway, a heritage line with lots of big steam trains has gained a smaller counterpart - a fully working miniature steam railway.
Next month marks their 50th anniversary, and there will be one running along a stretch of former London Underground track to celebrate.
The Epping Ongar Railway -- a steam heritage line in East London -- is going back to its roots, back to when it was part of the Central Line.
The Epping Ongar Railway, that doesn’t actually run from Epping has made a step closer to joining up with its namesake. When the Epping to Ongar section of the Central Line was closed down, and later turned into a heritage…
Later this month will be a chance to see tube trains make a special return to a part of the Central Line that stopped passenger services 20 years ago.
The steam train service running along a length of old Central line tube train tracks up at Epping is seeking funds to install a new railway bridge.
Want to ride in the drivers cab of a locomotive along part of the old Central line? Well, you can later this month.
Tickets for another of the London Underground's 150th anniversary events have just gone on sale, and include some pretty decent prices for trips in a luxuriously restored Victorian steam carriage.
The recently restored Epping Ongar railway in North-East London, while running steam trains from Ongar, doesn’t actually go to Epping. Although it used to – and has just announced that it is one stage closer to resuming services along the…
Over the weekend, the inhabitants of Ongar in Essex got extremely excited as the disused railway linking the town to Epping returned to life again – as a steam railway service. The railway built around 150 years ago, and taken…
If I told you that the world's oldest wooden church is not in a dusty part of Palestine or Ethiopia, but in the green fields of the UK, you might be surprised. Even more so if I pointed out that it is just outside London.
If you live out near Ongar on the furthest north-eastern edges of London next this weekend, listen out for the sound of steam trains chugging along a disused part of London Underground’s Central Line railway. After a few years of…