Number 20 can be seen above in this modern photograph.
In the photograph above taken in 1912 Number 20 is at the far left, at the time an electricity sub-station.
|1894||London Tramway Co. Ltd (Depot)|
|1895||London Tramway Co. Ltd (Depot)|
|1896||London Tramway Co. Ltd (Depot)|
|1897||London Tramway Co. Ltd (Depot)|
|1898||London Tramway Co. Ltd (Depot)|
|1903||London County Council Tramways Electricity Station|
|1904||London County Council Tramways Sub-station|
|1909||London County Council Tramways Sub-station|
|1926||London County Council Tramways Sub-station|
|1928||London County Council Tramways Sub-station|
I have user ‘Puddy-tat’ from the wonderful Urban75 Brixton forum to thank for the below post I found on a thread about the Brixton Trams.
He says ’20 Brixton Road, Kennington, is worth a mention.
This was (in cable tram days) a small depot (for one or two trams), stables, and office, as well as housing cable tensioning equipment. (described as having a central arch for the tram, an entrance for horses on one side of the centre, and an entrance for staff on the other)
Today, the building is an Italian Catholic Mission Centre.