LT1156 at Worcester Park in 1950

Worcester Park 2008

Routes to be operated

One of the well-known, and still extant, routes of the area is the 213.  Seen here is 'Scooter' LT1156 heading for its home base, Sutton Garage, loading passengers at Worcester Park Station.  The distinctive trees are still there, now rather taller.
Photo © Alan Cross

The following services are planned for operation, generally between about 11 am and 5 pm.  Many journeys will run over sections of the route only. 


Further information, is provided on each page.  A programme including full timetables is now available.


  32       Worcester Park, New Malden, Raynes Park, journeys to South Wimbledon, Morden and St Helier
  80 Morden, Woodstock, Sutton Garage (special journeys only)
  93 Epsom, Ewell, North Cheam, Woodstock, Morden, South Wimbledon, Wimbledon, Putney Heath 
 118 Morden, Beverley, Raynes Park
 127 Morden, North Cheam, Worcester Park, New Malden, journeys to Raynes Park, South Wimbledon, Morden, St Helier
 156 Morden circular via Woodstock, North Cheam, Cheam, Sutton, St Helier
 164 Morden, St Helier, Sutton, Banstead, Epsom
 189 North Cheam, Morden, Merton Garage (special journey only)
 200 Wimbledon and West Wimbledon, extended to New Malden
 213 Sutton Garage, Cheam, North Cheam, Worcester Park, New Malden, Norbiton
 286 Sutton Garage, Morden, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, Kingston (special journeys only)
 712   Epsom, Ewell, North Cheam, Woodstock, Morden
 725 Sutton, Cheam, North Cheam, Worcester Park, New Malden, Kingston
 Tours Coach tours depart North Cheam Queen Victoria hourly on the hour.


A map showing the routes is here.


In addition, feeder services are planned to operate from London, Gravesend, Crystal Palace, Redhill, Dorking, Windsor and Amersham.  Details here.  A feeder service on the 93 from Putney Bridge is shown on the timetable here.