• LU Speedposts

    LU Speedposts

    Surface style speedposts. Other versions will include a post-less speed sign (Wall mount for example)Read More »
  • LU 1992 Stock – Build Log

    LU 1992 Stock – Build Log

    Construction and History The 1992 Stock operates on the Central and Waterloo & City lines, having been introduced from 1993 they were built between 1991-1994 by British Rail Engineering Limited (BREL) (Now Bombardier Transportation). 85 trains were ordered with each train formed of 4, 2 car units, with each unit made with 2 of theRead MoreRead More »
  • LU Deep Tube Tunnel Kit

    LU Deep Tube Tunnel Kit

  • LU Track Objects

    LU Track Objects

    LU Tube Stock buffer stop, these buffer stops are found on Deep Tube lines, for example, Bakerloo, Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadily and Waterloo & City lines.Read More »
  • LU Signals and Speed Signs (Tunnels)

    LU Signals and Speed Signs (Tunnels)

    More to come…Read More »
  • LU General Purpose Wagon [Build Log]

    LU General Purpose Wagon [Build Log]

  • LU Low (Well) Wagon

    LU Low (Well) Wagon

  • LU Platform End Fences & Gates

    LU Platform End Fences & Gates

  • LU Stop Location Markers

    LU Stop Location Markers

    A common sight around London Underground stations, these are used to aid the driver in the correct stopping location. Download Auran DLS Platform: https://www.auran.com/DLS/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=548402 KUID: <KUID2:563140:108:1> Angled Platform LHS: https://www.auran.com/DLS/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=548395 KUID: <KUID2:563140:109:1> Angled Platform RHS: https://www.auran.com/DLS/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=548399 KUID: <KUID2:563140:110:1> Ground: https://www.auran.com/DLS/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=548401 KUID: <KUID2:563140:111:1> Angled Ground LHS: https://www.auran.com/DLS/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=548397 KUID: <KUID2:563140:112:1> Angled Ground RHS: https://www.auran.com/DLS/DLS_viewasset.php?AssetID=548398 KUID: <KUID2:563140:113:1> Wall:Read MoreRead More »
  • LU Power Cabinets

    LU Power Cabinets

    Trackside cabinets like this one are still a common sight at junctions on surface sections of the London Underground. They are always grouped in pairs and contain switches to isolate electrical current from sections of track. The blue numbered cabinet contains the negative current switch, and the red numbered cabinet the positive. Download Auran DLS:Read MoreRead More »