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Monday, May 14, 2007

Tube Kitchen?

Can anyone help Jim M with this:

"A couple of weeks ago I was waiting for a tube at Whitechapel when the oddest train pulled into the station. It was much lower than a normal tube, the carriages seemed the right height but it appeared to be running on smaller wheels, so the doors sank below the level of the platform. It was about 3 carriages long and inside there was a kitchen, some seating/sofas and what appeared to be lots of storage. I'm guessing that this is a mobile unit for drivers/line workers to rest/have a cup of tea - anyone know?"


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