You can find on this page the map of London tram. London tram is a transit system serving the city of London (United Kingdom) with the tube, the urban, suburban & commuter train, the bus, the nigth bus or the river bus. The tram network has 4 lines and 38 stations forming a rail network of 16 miles (27 km).

The Tramlink, called Croydon Tramlink or Croydon Tram, is a tram network in the Croydon district in the south of London. Tramlink also serves the districts of Bromley, Merton and Sutton.

Opened on 10 May 2000, Tramlink is managed by Tram Operations Limited (a subsidiary of First Group), under the authority of Transport for London (TfL). 

Tramlink comprises three lines, 28 km of track and 39 stations. It has a connection with the London Underground (at Wimbledon station on the District Line) and a connection with the Overground network (at West Croydon station on the East London Line).

London tramlink map

London trams exist since 1999 and are operated by the TFL (Transport for London).

Its network includes the following 4 lines:

  • Line 1: Beckenham Junction ↔ Beckenham Junction
  • Line 2: Elmers End ↔ Elmers End
  • Line 3: Wimbledon ↔ New Addington
  • Line 4: Therapia Lane ↔ Elmers End


The Tramlink is a tramway system that operates in South London running from Wimbledon to Beckenham via Croydon.
Since the 2000s, Tramlink has become a very popular mode of transport.

The network is connected to seven stations and one London Underground station (Wimbledon on the District Line).

All trams are accessible to the disabled as there are no steps at the stops. Tram travel is free for all wheelchair users, even if they are not London residents. When the tram leaves each stop, the name of the next stop is announced.