To commemorate the 90th anniverary of the opening of the Watford Metropolitan Railway station in 1925, the London Underground Museum ran a number of special trains between Harrow-on-the-Hill, Chesham and Watford over the weekend of 12/13th September 2015. Here, Metropolitan Railway E class 0-4-4T No. 1 and Metropolitan Railway Bo-Bo electric No. 12 'Sarah Siddons' cross Cassiobridge Basin and the Grand Union Canal working the 13:10 from Watford to Chesham on 13th September 2015. The train also consisted of Jubilee coach No. 353, the four coach Chesham set, the Milk Van and GWR "Small Prairie" No. 5521 (in London Underground livery and numbered L150).
Neil Prior       


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