London Trolleybus Depots Part One
A detailed illustrated look at the twenty one depots, one built new, the others all converted from tram depots, used by London’s trolleybuses from their introduction the mid 1930s.
This volume looks in general at the depots, how they were largely laid out, the work they did, and the people who did it.
Huge numbers of mainly B&W photos, LT ephemera, and some plans make this much more interesting than it might sound. Whilst this volume contains a large fold-out plan of Fulwell depot, the depots themselves will be covered individually in the second volume.
184 large format pages, including 12 pages of colour photos. Hardbound.
See also: London Trolleybuse Depots Part Two