Pa tiding* on
Royal Oak and
and I '(onden Town
Great College Street, King's Cross, Gray's Inn
Road, Chancery Lane, Fleet Street, Black-
friars Bridge, Kennington; every 9 min.
Kalston, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, Bishops-
gate Street. Gracechurch, London Bridge,
Borough, Elephant and Castle ; every 5 min.
Old Ford, Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch,
Bishopsgate Street, Royal Exchange; every
Kensal Green , Paddington , Edgeware Road,
Oxford Street, Ilolborn, Cheapside, London
Bridge ; every V2 hr.
Paddington, Edgeware Road, Oxford Street,
Ilolborn. Newgate Street, Cheapside, Lon¬
don Bridge; every 5 min.
Li'/ht , Westbourne Grove, Edgeware Road, Maryle-
green j bone Road, King's Cross, Islington. City
' Road, Moorgate Street, King William Street,
London Bridge; every 8 min.
White Putney Bridge, Fulham, Brompton. Piccadilly,
Strand, Fleet Street, St. Paul's, Cannon
Street. London Bridge; every 20 min.
Dark Victoria Station, Piccadilly, Bond Street, Re-
blue gent Circus; every 5 min.
Red Archer Street (P.ayswater), Edgeware Road,
Oxford Street, Regent Street, Charing Cross;
every 8 min.
Red Victoria Park, Hackney Road, Shoreditch,
Bank; every 10 min.
Blue Camden Town, York and Albany, Regent Street,
Waterloo Bridge, Elephant and Castle, Cam¬
berwell Gate ; every 7 min.
Brown Paddington. St. John's Wood, Regent's Park,
Camden Town; every 15 min.
Brown Bank, Cheapside. Fleet Street, Strand, West¬
minster, Pimlico; every 6 min.
Tramways. Since 1870 several lines of tramways have been in
operation in the outlying districts of London. There are four dif¬
ferent companies. The cars of the London Tramways Co. run from
Westminster Bridge to Brixton, Clapham, New Cross, and Green¬
wich ; from Blackfriars Bridge to Brixton, Camberwell, Peckham,
and Greenwich; from A'ictoria Station to Arauxhall Bridge and
Camberwell; and from Clapham, Brixton, and Camberwell to the
Borough and thence by omnibus in connection to the Bank. The
London Street Tramways Co. runs cars from King's Cross Station to
Kentish Town, and from Euston Road to Kentish Town, Holloway,
and Ilighgate. The lines of the North Metropolitan Tramways Co.
extend from Moorgate Street to Finsbury Park, Stamford Hill,
Clapton, Highbury, and Ilighgate ; from Aldersgate Street toDalston
and Clapton; and from Aldgate to A'ictoria Park, Stratford, and
Poplar. The Southall, Ealing, and Shepherd's Bush Tramway Co.
runs cars from Uxbridge Road to Shepherd's Bush and Acton. The
cars are comfortable, and the fares very moderate.