Gravesend and Northfleet Electric Tramways
|Gravesend and Northfleet Electric Tramways|
|Locale||Gravesend, Kent, Northfleet|
|Open||2 August 1902|
|Close||29 February 1929|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|Route length||6.47 miles (10.41 km)|
In 1901 the Gravesend, Rosherville and Northfleet Tramways were taken over by the Gravesend and Northfleet Electric Tramways, a subsidiary of British Electric Traction. The tramway was converted from 3 ft 6in gauge to standard gauge and electrified.
Services started on 2 August 1902 with a route from Galley Hill, Swanscombe to Denton. In 1903 New tram routes opened from Pelham Road to Perry Street, Windmill Street to Old Road and a connection to the Leather Bottle, Northfleet.
The depot was located off Dover Road East at.
In 1921 it obtained two second hand cars from the Taunton Tramway.
The tramway service closed on 29 February 1929.
- The Golden Age of Tramways. Published by Taylor and Francis.