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Croydon Tramlink

Croydon Tramlink is a public transport system in south London, run by Transport for London. Interchange is possible with National Rail and the London Underground at certain points. The system, centred on Croydon, consists of Bombardier-built multiple-unit design trams which run partially on-street and partially beside Network Rail's tracks.

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Stations From East to West

Route 1

(yellow)

  • Terminus: Elmers End
  • Arena
  • Woodside
  • Blackhorse Lane
  • Addiscombe
  • Sandilands
  • Lebanon Road
  • East Croydon
  • George Street
  • Church Street
  • Wandle Park
  • Waddon Marsh for Purley Way retail parks
  • Ampere Way for Ikea and Valley Park
  • Therapia Lane
  • Beddington Lane
  • Mitcham Junction
  • Mitchham
  • Belgrave Walk
  • Phipps Bridge
  • Morden Road
  • Merton Park
  • Dundonald Road
  • Terminus: Wimbledon
Then back to Wandle Park
  • Reeves Corner
  • West Croydon
  • Wellesley Road
Then to East Croydon and back to Elmers End

Route 2

(red)

  • Terminus: Beckenham Junction (train & bus interchange)
  • Beckenham Road (bus interchange)
  • Avenue Road
  • Birckbeck
  • Harrington Road
  • Arena
  • Woodside
  • Blackhorse Lane
  • Addiscombe
  • Sandilands
  • Lebanon Road
  • East Croydon
  • George Street
  • Church Street
  • West Croydon
  • Wellesley Road
Then to East Croydon and back to Beckenham Junction

Route 3

(green)

  • Terminus: New Addington
  • King Henry's Drive
  • Field Way
  • Addington Village
  • Gravel Hill for Addington Palace
  • Coombe Lane
  • Lloyd Park
  • Sandilands
  • Lebanon Road
  • East Croydon
  • George Street
  • Church Street
  • West Croydon
  • Wellesley Road
Then to East Croydon and back to New Addington

Croydon Tramlink website (http://www.tramlink.net)



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