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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've heard that the correct London Underground term for your experience, is that you were de-trained.

    Somehow, this brings to my mind a picture of attaching some Frankenstein skull cap, and your knowledge gets sucked out.

    • Actually that reminds me. De-heating. Or at least, making the Underground cooler. A few weeks ago it occurred to me to wonder "where is the heat coming from?"

      Does tube stock use regenerative braking? I see that everything 1995 and later says that it has regenerative braking [tfl.gov.uk], but does it use it? Networkers have regenerative braking but cannot use it [southernelectric.org.uk] - I wonder if LU upgraded their substations, or whether "regenerative braking" remains a nice little tick in a box on glossy reports...