I seem to remember that tramway buses had Kew Junction on the destination
rolls as two routes diverge at Kew Junction.
Passengers got confused by the mysterious route number '2' displayed on
many tramway buses regardless of the route they were on,
On Sunday, September 5, 2021 at 12:36:55 PM UTC+10 John Wayman wrote:
> The intersection of High Street and Cotham Roads was was a short working
> of route 42 Mont Albert known as Kew Post Office route number 46 and that
> was the destination on destinations rolls of trams. There was a shunt in
> Cotham Road,
> John Wayman
> On Sunday, September 5, 2021 at 12:00:05 PM UTC+10 Mal Rowe wrote:
>> On 05/09/2021 07:59, David McLoughlin wrote:
>> What intersection is officially regarded as Kew Junction?
>> General usage for the term would include both intersections - and refers
>> to the shops etc in the area.
>> See attached map from a report by the local council.
>> However, the 'real' junction would be the point where Princess St meets
>> Studley Park Rd, High St etc.
>> The commercial heart would be at the start of Cotham Rd - centred around
>> the Post Office.
>> Mal notes the works includes "Kew Junction" but what is meant by this?
>> The link and map are unclear. Do the works include the 48/109 tram
>> junction at the Cotham Rd corner or is this excluded?
>> The actual works areas are marked on the map with pale orange cross
>> They include High St beside Kew Depot, Kew junction - but not the Cotham
>> Rd junction, and High St from Harp Rd to Burke Rd as you noted.
>> Mal Rowe - out of range