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 Fulwell was originally opened in 1902 by the London United Tramways. London's very first trolleybuses were operated from here in 1931 when the famous 'Diddlers' were introduced. The last of the trams left in 1935, and Fulwell subsequently became the main overhaul works for the large LT Trolleybus fleet. Fulwell was also to be the scene of the last London trolleybuses in 1962.

Since then it has been a bus garage, commencing with trolley-replacing Routemasters and also having operated RTs SMs SMSs DMSs and Ms.

The half relief model is only 1.75" deep, anddepicts the frontage of the four sheds and is approximately 35" wide with doors that can be posed open or closed.

FW Fulwell LT bus central garage 1/76

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