London Southern Tramways

Owner London Southern Tramways Company (a subsidiary of the Provincial Tramways Company)
Opened 7th December 1883 (horse)
Operator London Southern Tramways Company
Taken over (operation)
2nd October 1906 (London County Council Tramways)
Taken over (ownership) 20th December 1906 (London County Council Tramways)
Length 5.75 miles
Gauge 4ft 8½ins

Button description Uniforms probably not worn

Although LSTCo conductors wore jackets (see link), the lack of reflective buttons and insignia suggests that these were self-purchased garments.

The Provincial Group (Provincial Tramways Company) was established in 1872 in London, and at various times, either owned, controlled or operated the following systems: Borough of Portsmouth, Kingston, Fratton and Southsea Tramways; Cardiff Tramways; Cardiff District and Penarth Harbour Tramways; General Tramways of Portsmouth; Gosport and Fareham Tramways; Gosport Street Tramways; Great Grimsby Street Tramways; Landport & Southsea Tramway; London Southern Tramways; Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport Tramways; Portsdown and Horndean Light Railway; and Portsmouth Street Tramways.