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Sandilands tram stop

Sandilands Handicapped/disabled access
Looking east at Sandilands tram stop
Place Croydon
Local authority London Borough of Croydon
Managed by Tramlink
Platforms in use 2
Date opened 2000
Transport for London
Zone 3, 4, 5, 6
Total boardings and alightings
2009-2010 1.224 million[1]
2010-2011 1.180 million[2]
Transport for London

Sandilands tram stop is a light rail stop in the London Borough of Croydon in the southern suburbs of London. 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.[3]


London Buses routes 119; 194; 198; 466 serve the station.


Immediately to the east of the tram stop, the line descends in cutting to a junction with the trackbed of the former Woodside and South Croydon Railway. Tramlink routes 3 and 4 diverge to the south along this trackbed, whilst routes 1 and 2 diverge to the north along the same trackbed. To the west of the stop, the line runs alongside Addiscombe Road on a reserved track as far as the junction with Chepstow Road. From Chepstow Road the line runs within Addiscombe Road, sharing road space with buses and local traffic.

The area of Sandilands tram stop was one of the few places where property demolition was needed during the construction of Tramlink, in order to make way for both the stop and the cutting link to the former railway line.

Trams wait to return east during a blockade of the line


Preceding tram stop   Tramlink   Following tram stop
towards Wellesley Road
Route 1
towards Elmers End
Route 2
towards Wimbledon
Route 3
towards New Addington
towards Therapia Lane
Route 4
towards Elmers End


  1. ^ "Tram Stop Usage 2009-10 (FOI)" (XLS). Tramlink annual passenger performance 2009-2010.  
  2. ^ "Tramlink numbers 2010-2011" (PDF). Tramlink annual passenger performance 2010-2011.  
  3. ^ "Buses and trams from Addiscombe Road". Transport for London. Retrieved 2007-01-31. 

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