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Brixton Hill was built as a tram trailer shed, but by the time it was completed in 1924, the LCC had decided to no longer use trailers. The depot became an annexe of the nearby Telford Avenue depot. It was the only LCC depot that didn't have a traverser. After the trams the building was used by the motor trade but is now used by Arriva. Extra parts are included to model it as an Arriva bus garage. So this fairly small building has been the site of some important transport heritage being the last home of the route 16/18 Feltham trams and 159 Routemasters.

The half reliefmodel is 12" wide by 6" deep.

BH Brixton Hill LCC / LT tram depot 1/76

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