When were the last Slam Door trains used on the Met Line?

Answer In terms of London Underground services, the final T Stock service ran in October 1962, leaving the service in the hands of the Cravens A60 and A62 Stock.British Rail continued using slam door stoc... Read More »

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UK question : what happened to the old slam-door type train carriages?

The HSTs still run with them.Slam door stock has been gradualy withdrawn over the last 20 years.Most carriages have been cut up for scrap.One or two have gone to preserved railways, but as most ope... Read More »

What is revolving debt?

Revolving debt is an account that can be accessed repeatedly without submitting a new application for more credit. Credit cards and home equity lines of credit are the most common type of revolving... Read More »

How to Do the Tim Tam Slam?

Doing the Tim Tam Slam is a rite of passage. Filled with chocolate inside and out, Tim Tams often have a tasty centre varying from caramel to Kahlua to chocolate, hazelnut or strawberry. You can ea... Read More »

Is it Better to Pay a Revolving Debt or a Mortgage?

Revolving debt, such as credit cards and lines of credit, usually have higher interest rates than larger, secured debts such as mortgages. To keep your credit score high and overall interest rates ... Read More »