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Search Aspect ( tram depot )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bramley tram Depot, showing tram cars (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1937. Image shows tram cars at Bramley Tram Depot in Henconner Lane at Bramley Town End. In the foreground is tram car number 152, one of four Horsfield designed trams built in 1930 in Leeds. (R.L. Horsfield was the General Manager of Leeds Tramways between 1929 and 1931.) Also seen in the background is number 193. This one is one of a series of 50 designed by Horsfield and built in 1931. Works tram number 10 is visible on the left.
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Depot, ex-London tram no.1 (Unknown)
Black & White imagec1951. View shows the interior of an unidentified tram depot, probably Kirkstall Road works. Several trams can be seen, the main focus being the ex-London no. 1, which was to run in Leeds as no. 301. As it is still displaying its London number, it is assumed the photo was taken while still being modified at Kirkstall before it entered service in Leeds in December 1951. Despite suffering a fire on its first journey in Leeds, the tram was to contnue in service until 1957 when it was returned to London to the Transport Collection at Clapham; it has since been transferred to the Crich Tramway Museum.
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Glenthorpe Crescent (York Road) (5 comments)
Black & White image13th January 1947. View looking north-east from Glenthorpe Crescent onto waste ground. The buildings in the distance are Leeds City Transport Department's tram depot and bus garage.
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Headingley Tram Depot, number 112 Otley Road (Headingley)
Black & White image1937. View of Headingley Tram Depot located at number 112 Otley Road. The brand new brick building replaced the old Headingley Depot, which underwent demolition in 1934. Extra adjoining land was also purchased to build a bus garage and the buildings cost in the region of £654,000.
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Headingley Tram Depot, Otley Road (Headingley) (7 comments)
Black & White image19th July 1935 A depot for trams had been built on this site in 1873, with stables for 124 horses. The land had been purchased from the Cardigan Estate. In 1935 it was extensively rebuilt and altered to accomodate 40 trams. The last trams in Leeds ran in 1959, the depot was then used by buses. It was again upgraded and enlarged in the late 1970s. By 1993 the site was sold for redevelopment. It is now a complex of retirement homes.
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