Brisbane Tramways Light Street Depot Honour Board

Location of Brisbane Tramways Light Street Depot Honour Board

Brisbane Tramways Museum, Tramway Street
Ferny Grove QLD 4055

Timber board decorated with three carved timber columns and scrollwork at the top and sides, with gold lettering.

Roll of Honour, above Brisbane Tramways Employees, the Light Street Depot, then lists of those who participated in the 1914 - 1919 war (36 names) and the 1939 - 1945 war (104 names), with *** indicating Killed in Action, ** indicating Died of Illness and * indicating Wounded. Four columns of names. The Roll of Honour lists 8 individuals who died during the Great War. The WWII dead are unknown.


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Conflicts commemorated
  • First World War, 1914–1918
  • Second World War, 1939–1945
Memorial type
Honour board
Additional information

After trams ceased to run in Brisbane on 13 April 1969, the Brisbane Tramway Museum Society was formed, and it opened the Brisbane Tramways Museum in 1972. The honour board came into possession of the society after the closure of the Light Street Depot in Fortitude Valley. A small plaque at the bottom indicates it was manufactured by Chevron Furniture, Woolloongabba.

Recorded by
Lesley McBurney
Date recorded
27 July 2009