OLD PLYMOUTH . UK
Including Old Devonport UK  and Old East Stonehouse UK and beyond.
www.oldplymouth.uk
 

  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: August 02, 2019
Webpage updated: August 19, 2019

        

TRAMWAYS IN OLD PLYMOUTH

TRAMWAY SERVICES IN OLD PLYMOUTH

Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport Tramways Company Limited

Plymouth Derry's Clock to Devonport Cumberland Road.

Plymouth Derry's Clock to Devonport Fore Street.

Plymouth Corporation (Horse Trams)

Guildhall to West Hoe.

Market Place to Compton Lane End via Houndiscombe Road.

Market Place to Compton Lane End via Tavistock Place.

West Hoe to Mutley Plain/Belgrave Road via Tavistock Place.

Theatre Royal to Prince Rock.

Plymouth Corporation (Electric Trams)

Theatre Royal to Prince Rock.

Theatre Royal to Compton Lane End.

Theatre Royal to Beaumont Road.

Theatre Royal to Peverell Corner.

Theatre Royal to Pennycomequick via North Road.

Theatre Royal to West Hoe.

Devonport and District Tramways Company Limited (Electric Trams) before amalgamation in 1914.  SEE Tramway Services in Old Devonport.

Fore Street, Devonport, to Tor Lane via Tavistock Road, Stoke.

Fore Street, Devonport, to Pennycomequick via Wilton Street.

Morice Square, Devonport, to Saint Budeaux Square and Saltash Passage.

Morice Square, Devonport, to Tor Lane via Saint Levan Road.

Pennycomequick to South Keyham Gate, Saint Budeaux Square or Saltash Passage via Tamar Terrace.

Plymouth Corporation Through Running, on and as from Monday October 23rd 1916, after amalgamation with Devonport and East Stonehouse on Monday November 9th 1914.

Route 1, Theatre Royal to Compton Lane End.

Route 2, Theatre Royal to Fore Street via Peverell.

Route 3, Theatre Royal to Morice Square via Peverell.

Route 4, Theatre Royal to Beaumont Road.

Route 5, Theatre Royal to Prince Rock.

Route 6, Guildhall to Fore Street via Pennycomequick.

Route 7, Guildhall to South Keyham Gate via Pennycomequick.

Route 8, Morice Square to Saint Budeaux Square.

Route 9, Theatre Royal to West Hoe (Radford Road).

Unification of the Network, Saturday July 1st 1922, after taking over the Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport Tramways Company Limited.

Route 1, Theatre Royal to Compton Lane End.

Route 2, Theatre Royal, Peverell, Milehouse, Fore Street, Theatre Royal.

Route 2A, Theatre Royal, Fore Street, Milehouse, Peverell, Theatre Royal.

Route 3, Theatre Royal, Peverell, Milehouse, North Keyham, to Morice Square.

Route 4, Beaumont Road, Theatre Royal, to Plymouth Station (Millbay).

Route 5, Prince Rock, Theatre Royal, to Plymouth Station (Millbay).

Route 6, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Fore Street, Union Street, Theatre Royal.

Route 6A, Theatre Royal, Union Street, Fore Street, Pennycomequick, Theatre Royal.

Route 7, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Tamar Terrace, South Keyham, Royal Naval Barracks, Saint Budeaux Square.

Route 7A, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Tamar Terrace, South Keyham Gate.

Route 8, Morice Square, South Keyham, Royal Naval Barracks, Saint Budeaux Square.

Route 9, Theatre Royal, Hyde Park, Peverell, Milehouse, Alma Road, Pennycomequick, Theatre Royal.

Route 9A, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Alma Road, Milehouse, Peverell, Hyde Park, Theatre Royal.

Route 10, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Milehouse, Saint Levan Road, North Keyham, Morice Square.

Route 11, Beaumont Road, Saint Jude's Church, Drake Circus, Theatre Royal, Edgcumbe Street, Fore Street.

Route 12, Prince Rock, Saint Jude's Church, Drake Circus, Theatre Royal, Edgcumbe Street, Fore Street.

Route 14, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Alma Road, Milehouse, Stoke, South Keyham Gate, Royal Naval Barracks, Saint Budeaux Square, Saltash Passage.

Route 14A, Theatre Royal, Pennycomequick, Alma Road, Milehouse, Stoke, Albert Road, South Keyham Gate.

NOTE: Routes 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 14 extended from the Theatre Royal to West Hoe and Promenade Pier as required.

There were only five tramway services left running in Plymouth when, on Monday April 5th 1937, the Tramways and Transport Department renumbered all the tramway and motor bus routes in one number sequence and eliminated the lettered routes.