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|Details: The first of four new pictures from the 1950s, this one is very similar to one already published (see here). I have included it however as it is not so closely cropped and therefore shows the location of the Kingston Sub-station facility. The contributor gives the address as Queen Elizabeth Road, with Norbiton Church visible in the background. The identity of the AEC Mercury Tower Wagon is not confirmed but thought to be 83Q again, and the photo was taken sometime in the 1950s.|
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|aptisman||I walked past here every school day from 1948 to 1953. This is London Road, Queen Elizabeth Road was not on a trolley route.|
Note: Edited by aptisman, 26/08/13, 11:00.
|Mon 26/08/2013, 00:09|
|Thomas Young||Well spotted, thanks for that. The building in the centre of this photo is still recognisable today but where the tower wagon shed was is now occupied by a tyre fitters.||Sun 01/09/2013, 16:13|