In order to tidy up the general layout of pages within the site, the Links are now in this thread.
Feel free to suggest your own links, but you may NOT link to another bus forum though. All links posted may be subject to forum staff approval.
Tubeprune: A site containing everything you need to know about the London Underground Megabus: A inter-city bus company linking over 30 UK towns and cities. Fares start from just £1.50. London Bus Photos: Photos of the present London bus scene with revelant topical captions about each route London Bus Routes: General information about London's buses including route details, FULL timetables, garage allocations and service changes LOTS: Publishers of a range of bus enthuiast books including The London Bus Magazine. Ian's Bus Stop: Detailed overview of some of the bus types built between 1930 and the present day. Transport for London: Official Transport for London website Busmap: Mike Harris' excellent All London bus map, you can also download a full set of London bus timetables from this site also Carl Berry: For UK journey planning by public transport look no further than this site. Oxford & Chilterns Bus Page: Current news topics about bus operations in the Oxford and Chiltern Hills areas.
"This station is Stratford. Change here for the Jubilee Line, Docklands Light Railway and National Rail services. This is a Central Line train to Woodford via Hainault. Stand clear of the closing doors."
It always is a Woodford via Hainault train... except when you actually want one!
You basically type in any London route number and a Google map is then generated, complete with a full list of all the bus stops served on that route (together with the names corresponding with the bus stop flags and iBus).
Looks really good to me - additionally when I tested out route 269, not only did I get the normal Bromley North > Bexleyheath one, but I also got the Essex CC version (Thurrock > Brentwood).
I'd definitely recommend having a look
Edit: Doesn't seem like it's quite up to date - it suggests the N551 doesn't exist and that the N11 still goes to Wembley but a fantastic site nevertheless.
sorry to bring up a old topic after so long but i have just set up a blog page I'm still new to all this blogging stuff so go easy on me and any tips would be cool smiler52-smiler52.blogspot.com/ i plan to update it 2/3 times a month thanks