London Trams network was first launched in May 2000 under the name of Croydon Tramlink. The company behind the brand sold it to Transport for London who took over the maintenance and upkeep of the trams and stops in-house. Passengers numbers have increased steadily over the years and twelve new trams joined the fleet from 2012. The tram service is operated by First Tram Operations on-behalf of TfL.
Beckenham Junction Branch
Tram stops featured: Arena, Harrington Road, Birkbeck, Avenue Road, Beckenham Road and Beckenham Junction.
Elmers End Branch
Tram stops featured: Sandilands, Addiscombe, Blackhorse Lane, Woodside, Arena and Elmers End.
New Addington Branch
Tram stops featured: Sandilands, Lloyd Park, Coombe Lane, Gravel Hill, Addington Village, Fieldway, King Henry’s Drive and New Addington.
Tram stops featured: Wandle Park, Waddon Marsh, Ampere Way, Thearpia Lane, Beddington Lane, Mitcham Junction, Mitcham, Belgrave Walk, Phipps Bridge, Morden Road, Merton Park, Dundonald Road and Wimbledon.