Metro & Underground

From trundling sedately down the streets of our largest cities, to rumbling under them, these are the unsung heroes of the daily commute.


Awaiting departure from Waterloo Station with a service to Kennington is this Northern Line 1995 Stock.


Working its merry trade as one of the oldest units still in operation on the London Underground, this 1973 Stock on the Bakerloo Line arrives at the northbound platform of Oxford Circus with a train to Queen’s Park during the evening rush hour in London.


One of the original London Underground Stations, Baker Street is now home to several lines including the Jubilee, Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines. These are the Circle and Hammersmith & City line platforms, with an S-Stock train awaiting departure towards King’s Cross.

Nottingham Express Transit (NET)


Midland Metro


On the final weekday operation of Midland Metro services out of Birmingham Snow Hill, crowds surge off a recent arrival from Wolverhampton, unaware that soon this small little terminus will be closed forever.

On October 25th, 2015, the original terminus of the Midland Metro at Birmingham Snow Hill station, which occupies what was formerly Platform 4 and opened in 1999, this small but vital stop closed its doors for good as services are cut back to St Paul’s to allow the realignment of tracks onto the new extension of the route into Birmingham City Centre and New Street station. Once this work has been completed, Midland Metro services will operate directly onto the street-running section rather than into the former Snow Hill terminus, which will be converted back to use by National Rail services, being once again designated as Platform 4.