Jason Flemyng, Dexter Fletcher, Kelly Macdonald, Denise van Outen, Tom Bell, Dele Johnson, Ray Panthaki, Stephen Da Costa, Ray Winstone, Tom Watson, Nicholas Tennant, Kay Curram, Daniela Nardini, Alan Miller, Rachel Weisz, Hans Matheson, Carmen Ejogo
Director : Stephen Hopkins, Charles McDougall and Bob Hoskins et al Production Company : Horsepower Films, Sky Pictures Region : LONDON T-Z
Nine stories based on the true-life experiences of London Underground passengers.
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tubta001. 1: Mr Cool, directed by Amy Jenkins - Joe (Dexter Fletcher) and Emma (Kelly Macdonald) leave work at the same time.
tubta002. Emma leaves Joe to walk to the station as lecherous Luke Kilsen approaches.
tubta003. The train that Joe boards is taken out of service and he returns to the platform as Emma arrives after escaping from Luke. The sign says Holborn and this is the now disused platform 5.
tubta003n. With acknowledgements to Les Williams and the staff at Holborn station. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 20-07-2015)
tubta004. Luke (Jason Flemyng) rushes onto the platform and throws himself through the closing doors of the train. Holborn station on Kingsway WC2. The location was seen in 'The Gentle Gunman'.
tubta004n. The best shot possible without a train being in the platform. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 20-07-2015)
tubta005. Trapped on the empty train, Luke is taken on an embarrassing journey. Jon Horswell identifies this as East Finchley station in London N2, which is also seen in 'Three and Out'.
tubta005n. Peter ventured north to East Finchley to get this daytime shot. (Modern Photo Added: 08-02-2017)
tubta006. The train heads to the depot. East Finchley again and Jon notes that the direction of the train means that it must have actually left the depot seen in the next screen capture, not be heading towards it!
tubta006n. Another daytime comparison by Peter. (Modern Photo Added: 08-02-2017)
tubta007. Luke looks out of the windows of his prison in the sidings. Highgate Depot on the Northern Line with 1959 and 1972 stock stabled. Location recognised by Jon Horswell.
tubta008. 2: Horny, directed by Stephen Hopkins - Alex boards a train for town at Bethnal Green. This is supposed to be Bethnal Green station in E2, but Jon Horswell advises that it's the disused Aldwych Branch platform at Holborn station.
tubta008n. This image from 2015 confirms Jon's identification. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 06-06-2016)
tubta009. As the journey progresses, Alex's provocative behaviour has undesireable effects on a businessman. A different station and train is used for this scene.
tubta009n. This is Mornington Crescent's northbound platform. With acknowledgements to the staff at Mornington Crescent station. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 04-11-2014)
tubta010. When passengers get off, the Businessman (Tom Bell) sits down to hide his embarrasment. The station name reads Bank, but is it?