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  • If you're a user of London's Circle line, perhaps moving between Victoria, Paddington and Kings Cross St Pancras...

  • then since the 1960s you'll have been travelling on a train that looks like this.

  • But you might also be aware that beneath London's streets, something new has taken shape.

  • It is the latest addition to TfL's underground rolling stock.

  • Our demand for Underground travel is insatiable. We make an astonishing 3 or 4 million trips in and around the Capital every day,...

  • so these new trains are about more capacity and comfort for Londoners - in a high spec blend of science and style.

  • If could stand this new train on it's end,...

  • it would be twice as high as Nelson's Column, taller than Big Ben, taller than St Paul's Cathedral...

  • as high as Centre Point. It's the scale that London needs.

  • This is a hot design, but the coolest thing about it, is that it's fully air-conditioned, making travel for Londoners, simply, a breeze.

  • Another important innovation, these special wide bays for buggies and wheelchairs, making travel safer.

  • With no divisions between the cars its never been easier to:

  • Move right down inside please!...

  • and these trains are eco-friendly too, when they brake, they return power to the traction rail.

  • Giving the Circle Line the equivalent of 2 months free electricity per year.

  • So your journey will be cleaner and greener.

  • This new design brings cutting edge modernity to the worlds oldest underground railway.

  • The smartest, safest, coolest trains, being rolled out on the Circle and also the District and Metropolitan lines.

  • So you'll find this new release at a station near you.

If you're a user of London's Circle line, perhaps moving between Victoria, Paddington and Kings Cross St Pancras...

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マイケル・ポーティロが導入した新しいハイテク列車 - チューブの改良 (Our new hi-tech trains introduced by Michael Portillo - Tube improvements)

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    hohoyao に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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