I remember those huge elevated sheds that were originally part of the exhibition site. I never had the opportunity to go in but, since they survived such a long time, I always wondered what they were used for in later years.
The old RTC. I had my exam for a Guard and Motorman in that building. Although its official name was the Railway Training Centre, it was widely known as 'The School' "Are you going up the school for motors soon?"
The power houses and depot covered an area of 20 acres built on the site of a house and garden known as Woodhouse Park. There was no Wood Lane station, to serve the 1908 Olympics, until 1908 when a loop was created.
A great set, thank you for sharing. Tim Brown has also uploaded another set documenting the Leyton - Leytonstone trackside area before the A12 was built.
There is very little left in the way of remnants, Westfield obviously did quite a number on everything that was in its footprint. Although one exception is the stub of wall left at the end of Caxton Road, which today still retains the bus-only prohibition sign including another not seen on the image linked below, which must have been added shortly before the bus station was moved to its current site.
You can also still see the former depot access road from White City station, there is a severed section of track that disappears behind a security fence into the other platform tunnel, I do wonder if anything survived behind the fence.