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.