City: London (United Kingdom).
Total route length: 28.0 km (17.4 miles).
Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: May 10, 2000.
Operates in the suburb of Croydon.
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London tram line 1
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London tram line 3
London extra line 4
London Tramlink stops
Select: Beckenham Junction, Blackfriars, Chelsea, City, Deptford, Dundonald Road, Elmers End, Greenwich Church, Kew Bridge, London Bridge Station, New Addington, Waterloo St., West Croydon, Wimbledon, and Woolwich.
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Current trams in operation
Low-floor articulated tram: 2514, 2532, and 2541.
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