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(3)SOUTH EASTERN & CHATHAM RAILWAY London Area issued 3rd class singles from: Blackheath, Brockley Lane (2 different), Cannon Street (3 different), Catford Bridge, Clapham Road, Crofton Park, Kent House (Beckenham), Lewisham Junction, London Bridge (2 different), New Cross, New Eltham & Pope St, Nunhead, Waterloo Junction (2 different).(18)SCOTTISH TRAMS MISCELLANY of all geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising examples from Aberdeen Corporation (2), Edinburgh Corporation (6), Glasgow Corp-oration (3) and Rothesay Tramways Co (3). (15)SOUTHERN RAILWAY – 100 issued whole comprising 13 x 1st singles, 63 x 3rd singles, 8 x 3rd Child singles, 7 x 3rd Privilege singles, and 9 x one-piece Cheap Day returns. (10)LCC TRAMS transitional punch type geographical TRAM TICKETS from North Metropolitan routes taken over by the LCC with codes 49-58 at ½d, 1d, 1½d fares and an Exchange. (8)SOUTHERN RAILWAY-UNUSUAL TYPES: 3rd Rail & River, 1st Athletic Club, Visit to Evacuees, Music Hall, Theatrical Band, Half-Day Excursion Including Cruise Round Io W, Gillingham Football Club, Eagles Steamers Day Excursion, Monthly Return Including Admission to Chessington Zoo, 1st Return Including Admission to Crystal palace, Cheap Day Excess Return, Speedway Racing Including Admission to New Cross Stadium, Epsom Races, Period Exc’n, Kent Miner, Summer Ticket, Mercantile Marine Seaman on Leave, 1st Excess Cheap Day, Musical Instrument, Bournemouth Belle, One Tri-Car by Tow Boat.