Woolwich and South East London Tramways

Despite operating as an independent concern for three days shy of 24 years, photographs of Woolwich and South East London Tramways Company horse trams are rare, and those showing tramcar crews appear not to have survived at all. It is therefore currently unknown whether drivers and conductors wore uniforms, or if, as was often the case with many Victorian horse tramways, they simple wore smart but informal.

For a history of the company, see: 'London County Council Tramways Vol 1: South London' by E R Oakley; London Tramways History Group (1989).