Lebanon Road

Bus/tram stop, existing between 2000 and now

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Bus/tram stop · Lebanon Road · CR0 · Contributed by The Underground Map
August
19
2012
Lebanon Road tram stop westbound platform on Addiscombe Road looking east. Eastbound platform is staggered about Lebanon Road (a side road) and visible in the distance. The image was taken in June 2009.
Credit: Sunil Prasannan

Lebanon Road tram stop is named after a cross-street in the vicinity.

It serves the residential area along Addiscombe Road to the east of the centre of the town of Croydon.

The tram stop is served by all four Tramlink routes.

The tram stop is within the section of route where the tram line runs within Addiscombe Road, sharing road space with buses and local traffic. The two platforms are located on each side of the two lane road, but are staggered laterally rather than being opposite each other.

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Addiscombe Road (1907):   The junction of Chepstow Road and Addiscombe Road.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Addiscombe Court Road, CR0 · Addiscombe Grove - Parkhill Road public footpath, CR0 · Anselm Close, CR0 · Bisenden Road, CR0 · Blake Road, CR0 · Brickwood Road, CR0 · Canning Road, CR0 · Cedar Road, CR0 · Chepstow Rise, CR0 · Chepstow Road, CR0 · Chichester Road, CR0 · Chisholm Road, CR0 · Clyde Road, CR0 · Crusader Gardens, CR0 · Engadine Close, CR0 · Fairfield Road, CR0 · Fleetwood Close, CR0 · Footpath in Trunpike Link block, CR0 · Granville Close, CR0 · Green Acres, CR0 · John’s Terrace, CR0 · Leafy Grove, CR0 · Leafy Way, CR0 · Lebanon Road, CR0 · Leslie Grove, CR0 · Leslie Grove, CR9 · Leslie Park Road, CR0 · Leyburn Gardens, CR0 · Maresfield, CR0 · Oval Road, CR0 · Oval Road, CR9 · Pageant Walk, CR0 · Park Hill Rise, CR0 · Park Hill Road, CR0 · Rochester Gardens, CR0 · St. Arvans Close, CR0 · The Avenue, CR0 · Tidenham Gardens, CR0 · Tunstall Road, CR0 · Tunstall Road, CR9 · Turnpike Link, CR0 ·


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