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Wood Green was originally a horse tram depot for the North Metropolitan Tramways. It was taken over by the Metropolitan Electric Tramways who converted it for electric cars to work from 1904. In 1937/8 the building was extensively rebuilt to become a trolleybus depot. The trolleybuses were eventually replaced in 1961 by Routemasters and the closure of the nearby West Green garage saw RTs arrive in 1962. In 1968 a large fleet of MBSs were allocated to operate the flat fare W-prefix OMO routes. DMSs arrived in the seventies replacing both MBSs and RTs. The DMSs were in turn replaced by Ms.

The model is approximately 12" wide and is provided with alternative signs in order to build it as the trolleybus depot.

The half reliefmodel is not very deep, and so easily incorporated into a half relief street scene.


WN Wood Green LT central bus garage 1/76

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