Worcester Park 2008

Sunday 10 August 2008

Where to see the buses

The network of services is shown on the map, and there are numerous points for photography, some listed on our photographers' page.
The most frequently served places will be the following.  Click on the links for a summary of services and times for each:

  Morden Station

  North Cheam Queen Victoria

  Worcester Park Station


The following places will also be regularly served:

  New Malden Fountain (routes 32, 127, 200, 213, 725)

  Raynes Park Station (routes 32, 118, 127, 200)

  Wimbledon Bus Station (routes 93, 200)

  St Helier Middleton Avenue (routes 32, 127, 156)

  Sutton town centre and bus garage (routes 156, 213, 725)


Details of main stopping points are listed under the route details and in the programme.


A number of garage journeys will serve Merton Garage, and will serve stops E and F in Merton High Street.  A number of services serve Sutton Garage, and will serve stops in Bushey Road.  Please note that bus garages are not open to the public.


Getting there
Please come by public transport - there are already too many cars in London.  Feeder services will operate from north, south, east and west, or use the TfL Journey Planner.  Railway stations at Worcester Park, Raynes Park and Wimbledon, tube stations at Morden, South Wimbledon and Wimbledon and Tramlink stops at Morden Road will be served by the free services.
Refreshments are available at many location in the area, including Cuppaholic located in the parade of shops by the Worcester Park Station bridge.
Toilet facilities in the area include the following:
  Worcester Park Station
  Sutton Morrisons
  North Cheam Sainsbury's

  Wimbledon Shopping Centre

  Epsom Ashley Centre

  Kingston Cromwell Road bus station