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|Damon||Occupied from 2/11/1909 by the National Steam Car Company as a bus garage for their fleet of Clarkson Steam Buses. A single archway 140 feet long, 24 feet wide and 17 feet to the crown of the arch. Held 18 buses. Closed at the end of October 1914 with the opening of Putney Bridge Garage (F) by the National.||Wed 11/12/2013, 20:10|
|Ray||Sited under the railway arches (193) the doors usually opened from around 8.30am to 9am when vehicles went out on their business (storage space in Hercules Road arches was also used for a time). Believed vacated late 2008||Sat 11/08/2007, 12:06|
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