London Trolleybus Depots – Part 3




This volume deals with Stonebridge Park, Colindale, Finchley and Wood Green depots. There are 184 pages which embrace 257 black and white photographs, and 27 colour images spread over 16 pages. Not only are there pictures in the depots but also illustrated are vehicles on each of the main routes that each operated. Also included are the London trolleybus memories of Acton enthusiast John Carwardine who details trips on red rovers, visits to Colindale scrapyard and his activities on 8th May 1962. The last six pages are snow scenes taken on 31st December 1961. Each depot has full details of destination blinds and there are many paperwork items appertaining to these depots. Also included separately are the overhead diagrams for each depot. The jewel in the crown has to be page 481 where a notebook, a timecard and a picture of the very last ever 627 to show Bruce Castle are illustrated together.

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Weight 1180 g
Dimensions 30 × 21 cm


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