25: “From rags to riches”: serves poorest boroughs and ends in one of the richest. Also passes through places teaming with fabric shops and ends up in financial services territory.
264: “From the cradle to the grave.....and beyond!” St George’s Hospital, London Cemetary, Croydon.
284: “Lewisham ‘till I die”. Branded to promote route loyalty among Lewisham residents.
386: “The Black Wool Line”. The black sheep of the Woolwich to Blackheath/ Woolwich to Greenwich bus family, it meanders around the borough like a lost sheep. With a good shepherd, it would get you home a lot faster than it does. The 386 constantly lives in the shadow of its sibling the 380 (who is always in and out of prison). That tells you all you need to know about this shady route.
Post by michaellevenson on Aug 6, 2019 9:09:16 GMT
549- The just in case the central line Woodford to Loughton screws up Line. ( any other use?) 66- Not the famous route but still cool line. 191- it's that bloody Hertford Road AGAIN Line. 282- we're coming from hospital, we're going to hospital Line. H13- Start to finish it's quicker to walk Line.
19 - The Fishing line (FINSbury, BATTER - SEA) 211 - The Water Hammer Line. Serving Waterloo, the plumber’s favourite. 472 - Greenwich Waterfront Transit (call it by its proper name) 482 - Air India (Heathrow to India for £1.50)