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Name:Abbey Wood Garage
Type:Bus Garage
Dates:1910 - 10/1981
NotesWas Tram Depot 
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Sightings logged: 4
Photos at location: 0 
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Next location: Acton (LT Museum Depot) 
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RayGarage can be viewed at 1998/73615 and others. LT Museum photo collectionTue 24/09/2019, 13:10
Damon165 Abbey Wood Road SE2 9DZ. Opened as an electric tram shed by the L.C.C. on 23/7/1910. Enlarged in 1914. Passed to the L.P.T.B. on 1/7/1933. Converted to motor bus operation from 6/7/1952 and allocated the code ''AW''. Closed on 30/10/1981 and replaced by the new Plumstead (PD) from the following day. Since demolished and replaced with houses and flats. Some of the garage walls still stand as a perimeter to the site.Sun 22/12/2013, 18:11
RayCompact, smaller version of Garston with the entry road on l/h and exit on r/h of the office block on 165 Abbey Wood Road (01 854 7277). The docking area was in the main garage similar to NX. Staff buses ran from here to Chiswick including T, GS and RTL. I remember a ride home on RTL 1232 from a visit to Chiswick which took minimal time and would have involved speeds well over 40mph (no speed cameras then)Fri 01/06/2007, 14:38

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