District Room Art Work -
This is a record of the pictures around the wall of the District Room , showing London Transport decade-
Showing what appears to be District Railway ‘B’ Stock, the original Bakerloo Line Oxford Circus station building, designed by Leslie Green and a London General Omnibus Company B-
Showing Underground Group G Class Stock, a typical modernist Charles Holden designed station of the period -
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1938 tube stock, designed by William Graff-
Piccadilly Line 1973 Stock, the updated ticket hall at Charing Cross, the then southern terminal of the Jubilee Line and a Damiler Fleetliner bus.
The rather unsuccessful 1983 stock built for the new Jubilee Line, the updated entrance to Tower Hill station and what appears to be a MCW Metrobus bus outside the Tower of London.
District Line R Stock, the first trains on the Underground in unpainted aluminium, a post war station, possibly West Acton which was designed by the Great Western Railway architect Brian Lewis and completed in November 1940. A RT (Regent Three) bus approaches the bus stop.
Central Line 1962 stock, Stockwell bus garage, which when it opened in 1952, had the largest unsupported roof span of any building in Europe and a iconic Routemaster bus.
Victoria Line 1967 stock, which were the first trains to use Automatic Train Operation, Blackhorse Road on the Victoria Line, complete with fibreglass relief of a black stallion. The station was designed in-
The final Locomotive & Carriage Institution Committee meeting held in the District Room
© Nick Agnew
Most Locomotive & Carriage Institution Committee meetings and some lectures were held in the District Room , on the 7th Floor.
One memorable lecture held in this room was by Christopher Garnett of GNER who had just completed a marathon season to complete the bid to extend the East Coast Mainline franchise. Despite being obviously completely shattered by working long hours during the bidding process, he kept his appointment to talk to the Institution.
The District Room
The majority of the Institution lectures were held in the Boardroom on the 7th Floor
Boardroom Art Work
This is a record of the pictures around the wall of the Boardroom
Photos © Tom Chaffin, accept were shown otherwise
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Members enjoying the last Locomotive & Carriage Institution meeting held in 55 Broadway, on Direct Rail Services
© Nick Agnew
Our President, Nick Agnew (next to the flipchart) says farewell to 55 Broadway.
Note picture of Frank Pick to the left of Nick
Directional sign from Blackfriars Underground station with four flight “Mexican arrow”, fully lined-
An oil painting of Albert Henry Stanley, 1st Baron Ashfield, Chairman of the Underground Electric Railways Company of London and then London Passenger Transport Board (LPTB) from 1933 to 1947.