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London’s Underground Trains - from the 19th century to the future

Lecture

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An exciting new lecture from one of London Underground’s top engineers about the amazing history of London’s underground trains from the early days to the present day, before looking into the future for an insight into a future generation of trains. 

Date and Time

20 February 2013 - 18:45-21:00

Location

Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire local network.


About this event

Our 2010 programme saw a very popular talk on London Underground’s new trains, now coming into service on the Metropolitan, District and Circle lines.  This year we have have a brand new lecture focusing on the totality of the underground from one of LU’s top engineers. They will talk about the amazing history of London’s underground trains from the early days in the Victorian era to the present day, before looking into the future for an insight into a future generation of trains.  Malcolm will cover politics and the passenger interface as well as the technical factors, so there will be something of interest for everyone.  Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from and to question a foremost authority in the field.

Speaker

Malcolm Dobell  CEng, FIMechE

Programme

6:45pm for tea/coffee
Presentation begins at 7:00pm
Sandwiches at the end of presentation

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