8/23/2021

Epping Ongar Railway

Epping Ongar Railway describes itself as 'family friendly' A heritage railway line has apologised for allowing the attraction to be used to shoot a hardcore pornography movie. The Epping Ongar. A preservation group is hoping to return a vintage tube train to the Epping Ongar Railway. The last London Underground-operated train left Ongar, Essex over a quarter of a century ago after the line was closed in 1994. The London Transport Traction Group was set up in May 2020 with the aim of getting a vintage tube train to run on the line again.

Epping Ongar Railway

Epping Ongar Railway

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The Epping Ongar Railway is a heritage railway in south-west Essex, England, run by a small number of paid staff and a team of volunteers. It was the final section of the Great Eastern Railway branch line, later the London Underground's Central line from Loughton via Epping to Ongar, with intermediate stations at North Weald and Blake Hall. The line was closed by London Underground in 1994 and sold in 1998. It reopened between 2004 and 2007 as a preserved railway, offering a volunteer-run Class 117 DMU service between Ongar and Coopersale. A change of ownership in 2007 led to the line being closed for restoration to a heritage steam railway, which opened on 25 May 2012.
The line to Ongar was opened in 1865 by the Great Eastern Railway, as an extension to its line from Stratford to Loughton that had been opened in 1856 by its predecessor, the Eastern Counties Railway. The extension was single-track, but whereas the Loughton to Epping section was doubled in the 1890s, the section between Epping and Ongar always remained single, apart from a passing loop at North Weald on opening. The eastern end of the loop was severed in 1888, converting it into a siding. About 14 trains each day went to Ongar; the rest terminated at Loughton or Epping.

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