Trams and buses in the Borough of Bexley

Historical Society member Richard Diment has had a life-long interest in the development of trams, trolleybuses and buses, each of which have played an important role in the economic and social history of Bexley over the last century. He has prepared a series of pieces looking at the history of road-based public transport in the area covered by the current Borough of Bexley.

 

Horse buses in Bexley

Trams arrive in Bexley

Trams reach Dartford

Bexley and Dartford Trams in the years before the Great War

Erith trams to early 1906

Erith trams in the years before the Great War

Bexley's first motor buses

 

 

If you are interested in transport history, visit Falconwood Transport and Military Bookshop (proprietor Andy Doran) at 5 Falconwood Parade, The Green, Welling, Kent DA16 2PL. Tel and Fax: (020) 8303 8291. E-mail: falconw@globalnet.co.uk. The shop is open Thurs, Fri, Sat 9.30-5.30.

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