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A 'museum without walls' has opened along the route of the Croydon Tramlink.

Organised by the Croydon Natural History & Scientific Society, the museum will take the form of display panels integrated into the existing tram stop furniture at eight of the busiest stops in central Croydon. They will display scenes from the town's history, including its transport links. These include the Croydon Canal, Croydon Iron Railway and the Atmospheric Railway, featured at the West Croydon stop. The display at the main East Croydon stop shows details of the Brighton Line and the London and Croydon Railway.

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