This is West Hampstead, looking southbound form the platform end. In the far background by the red brick building is Finchley Road Station, which has been featured in the previous part. West Hampstead is only served by the Jubilee Line. The train that just passed was a Metropolitan Line service bound for central London. The northbound Metropolitan Line track is somewhat separated at this station. Looking at the platform in northbound direction with a departing Jubilee Line train for Stanmore. The train in the background is probably a Class 168 Chiltern Rail service. The Jubilee Line runs with 1996 Tube Stock. As the name suggests, it has been built in the 90s. It is very similar to the 1995 Stock, which is used on the Northern Line. We are now two (local) stations to the north of before. Although there is a platform, Metropolitan Line trains no longer stop here since 1940. The same train departing towards Stanmore. View in the same direction but at the other platform. The train just whistled for the video. 🙂 These beautiful 8-car S Stock trains have been introduced in 2010 to the Metropolitan Line. Some Jubilee Line train terminate at Willesden Green. To turn around, they use this special center layup track. This service begins its journey to the other end of the line at Stratford. The station has this nice roof and some beautiful columns. Neasden is again two stations north of the previous one. It is still only served by the Jubilee Line. This station also has platforms on the Metropolitan Line. However, Metropolitan Line service ceased in 1940. Today Metropolitan Line trains only stop here in the case of local events or disruptions on the Jubilee Line. The next Jubilee Line train is already approaching in the background! View in the other direction. Behind the bridge in the background is the yard which accommodates the Metropolitan Line trains. Also, some Jubilee Line trains terminate here.Jubilee Line: The next train to North Greenwichwill arrive in two minutes.Next Station: Dollis Hill.Wembley Park is the first station after Finchley Road where again both Metropolitan and Jubilee Line trains stop. One can change between them on the same platform. After Baker Street the Metropolitan Line follows the route of the original Metropolitan Railway which opened in 1863 and is the oldest underground railway in the world.Mind the gap between the train and the platform!This is Wembley Park.The next station is Finchley Road.This is a Metropolitan Line train to Baker Street.View of the strip map for northbound services. Some of the branches go outside Greater London to Buckinghamshire (Chesham & Amersham) and Hertfordshire (Watford). We end this film with a Southbound Jubilee Line train towards Central London.