The Greater London Bus Map

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About The Maps
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The Greater London Bus Map series is based on the style of London Transport's maps of the late '70s. It shows the complete bus network in and around London, including school routes and night buses, regardless of operator. New editions are normally produced each year. There is an enlarged map of the Central London area which also shows some places of interest. The maps include a comprehensive route list giving details of all London Bus routes, including days of operation and operator. The map is privately-produced in my spare time, and raises money to make a charity donation to a different worthwhile cause for each issue.

The Map provides information covering all buses in and around London which is helpful for anyone wanting to travel by bus in London, those within the transport industry, enthusiasts and people wanting details of night buses or school buses. It is now the only map showing the entire London bus network as TfL no longer produces its own bus maps.
The Greater London Bus Map is not an official publication of TfL, but their assistance and co-operation is gratefully acknowledged. Timetables issued by County Councils and many bus operators also help in compiling the information.

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Map 38

The 38th issue is correct to 15th June 2019 and costs just £2.00 (2.00 GBP), including a charity donation to the Blue Marine Foundation. Please use the buttons on the left for further information, including details of how to obtain copies.

Some copies of back issues are still available, although edition No.1 is available only in the complete set (1-38), and a few other issues are also in short supply. A complete set of 38 maps costs £50.00 (50.00 GBP) - post free to UK addresses. If you are interested in these maps and wish to fill any gaps, back issues are available direct from my shop, post free to UK addresses. Issues 2-31 cost £1.50 (1.50 GBP), issues 32-37 cost £2.00 (2.00 GBP).

Historical Map fan

Historical editions are also available. These show the London bus network at several crucial snapshots in time: 1934, 1939, 1940, 1943, 1946, 1952, 1958, 1964, 1970 and 1976.
These are also available as Digital Downloads from my shop.