Just wanted to know,in UK mainly london,do the various tube trains,have different lengths(number of cars)what are determining factors for it?
I'm mostly just interested in the waterloo line.But if you have something on the topic,that fine,i'm not to fussy.
- blackgrumpycatLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
London Underground trains come in two sizes, larger sub-surface trains and smaller deep-tube trains. All lines use fixed-length trains with between six and eight cars, except for the Waterloo & City line, which uses four cars.
I think it also has to do with platform length. Some platforms are long and others are more or less the length of the number of carriages on that line.
More on the Waterloo & City Line: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterloo_%26_City_li...