Welcome to Red-RF.com - the site dedicated to London Transport's red single-deck buses

 

Site last updated 18 January 2020

 

As a contrast to the rain in Harrow a few weeks earlier, Christmas Day was glorious sunshine.  The capital's only Christmas Day bus route, the 430 between Roehampton and South Kensington, featured two RTs in 2019.  On the first journey, RT2043 duplicated RT4779 as far as Putney Bridge Station.  There was a transfer of passengers at Putney Bridge.

Poetry Corner is here.  Photo © Peter Osborn

 

Central Area single-deck operations

This site provides details of single-deck services operated by the Central Area of London Transport, up to 1968, and in particular those operated by RFs (1952-1979) - see Red RF routes.  We are pleased to include memories and comments from crews and others that remember RFs in operation.  More detail is added periodically, and comments and additional input are welcome, please email.  There are also a brief history of the RF class, some local history and some background notes on LT operations.
 
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David Moore captured RLH23 at our first event, Hackney 2006, arriving at the Maryland terminus of the 178.
Photo © David Moore