|A||1-100||1903||Electric Tramway and Railway Carriage Works||Brill 22E|
|B||102-201||1903||Electric Tramway and Railway Carriage Works||Brill 21E|
|D||377-401||1904||British Electric Car Co.||Maguire
388 & 392 - Brill 22E
|E||402-551||1906||Hurst Nelson||M&G class 4|
|F||552-567||1906||Union Electric Car Co.||M&G class 4|
|G||568-601||1906||Brush||M&G class 4|
|E||602-751||1906||Hurst Nelson||M&G class 4|
|E/1||752-1001||1907||Hurst, Nelson||M&G class 4|
|E/1||1002-1051||1907/8||LCC at Leytonstone||Hurst, Nelson class 4|
|E/1||1052-1226||1908/9||Hurst, Nelson||Hurst, Nelson class 4|
|E/1||1227-1426||1910||Hurst, Nelson||Heenan & Froude class 4|
|M||1427||1908||LCC at Leytonstone||LCC exp.|
|M||1428-1476||1910||Hurst, Nelson||Hurst, Nelson class 5|
|E/1||1477-1676||1911/12||Brush||Heenan & Froude class 4|
|M||1677-1726||1910||Brush||Hurst, Nelson class 5|
|E/1||1727-1776||1922||Hurst, Nelson||Hurst, Nelson class 4|
|E/1||1777-1851||1922||Brush||Hurst, Nelson class 4|
|HR/1||1852||1929||LCC at Charlton||Hurst, Nelson class 6|
|HR/2||1853||1929||LCC at Charlton||Hurst, Nelson class 6|
|HR/2||1854-1903||1930||English Electric||EMB class 6
1898 - 6A
|E/3||1904-2003||1930/31||Hurst, Nelson||EMB class 4A|
|Numbers re-used from 1930|
|Exp.||1||1932||LCC at Charlton||EMB Radial class 6A|
|HR/2||101-160||1931||Hurst, Nelson||EMB Radial class 6A|
|E/3||161-210||1931||English Electric||EMB class 4A|
|E/1||552-601||1930||English Electric||M&G class 4|
|ME/3||1441, 1444, 1446||1932/3||LCC at Charlton||M&G class 4|
Classes A, B, C, D, E 474 & 712, F, and G 584 were a set of official views taken in 1907, mostly at Rye Lane depot, Peckham.
Other class side and end views are usually at the date of building and at Charlton Central Repair Depot.
E 744 shows damage in a crash in 1908.
E/1 575, one of the E/1s built in 1930 using equipment from the single deck "subway" cars, has unusual truck side covers. In the second view it is being pushed by the Charlton steam loco.
E/1 795 was given aluminium panels and new windscreens, and was painted aluminium and grey in 1930.
E/1 835 and 1172 are in Downham Way and show bow and pantograph current collectors on trial in 1933.
E/1 1248 has experimental windscreens and a design of folding brake wheel shown in both positions in 1929.
E/1 1506 also has experimental windscreens and a different brake wheel in 1929.
The truck sides of the E/1 are being spray painted at Charlton in 1932.
Trailer cars shown at Clapham in 1913. T1-T8 were converted ex-NorthMet horsecars, T9-T158 were constructed by Brush.
E/3 1931 was painted white for the re-opening of the Kingsway Tram Subway after its rebuilding for double-deck cars in 1931.
HR/1 1851 of 1929 was a prototype with bodywork similar to the 1930 batch of E/1s, having the thick centre window pillar on the lower deck.
HR/2 1852 of 1929 was the prototype. Note the plough carrier was fixed to the trucks.
M 1726 at Charlton in 1932 has had windscreens and an experimental EMB truck fitted.
ME/3 1444 under construction at Charlton in 1932. Note how a new section has been added in the middle to extend the M class 3-window sides to 4-window.
Number 1, shown in 1932, received the class 6A trucks of HR/2 160, which then was fitted with 4A trucks and was re-classified as an E/3.