Where do Tube trains go to retire? The seaside of course!
The Island Line linking Shanklin to Rhyde on the Isle of Wight has operated with old Northern Line trains since they were shipped over on the ferry in 1967. Now they are retiring after 81 years service in the capital and on the Island.
The old engines and carriages are being replaced by five refurbished trains which used to run on the District and East London Lines in the 1980s.
They have been kitted out with new electric motors, refitted interiors and Wi-Fi. Testing will start next summer.