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Cricketers Walk Bus Stop
Sydenham’s ‘golden route’ was the old No.12 service that transversed central London to Shepherd’s Bush. This was rationalised around 1990 and truncated and renumbered to a less memorable 176.

This now operate 24/7 so providing a vital and relatively inexpensive link between Central London and Sydenham after all the trains have stopped and taxis are reluctant to come south of the river. During the day it can take an hour or so to traverse a convoluted and congested route from Penge via Forest Hill. Hence the train service of 15/17 minutes to London Bridge is the preferred service for those without free bus passes or only wanting to travel the local section of the route.

Most of the other services run East – West and many go to Crystal Palace – the main South London bus terminus where you can get a connection to almost anywhere.

And we are in Zone 3!!!

75
West Croydon, Norwood Junction, Penge, Sydenham, Catford, Lewisham
122
Crystal Palace, Sydenham, Forest Hill, Brockley Rise, Lewisham, Lee Green, Westhorne Avenue, Woolwich,Plumstead Garage
176
Penge, Sydenham, Forest Hill, Dulwich, Camberwell, Elephant, Waterloo, Aldwych, Trafalgar Square, CharingCross Road, Oxford Circus
194
Forest Hill, Sydenham, Penge, Anerley, Elmers End, West Wickham, Shirley, East Croydon, West Croydon
197
Peckham, Dulwich, Forest Hill, Sydenham, Penge, Anerley, Norwood Junction, Addiscombe, Croydon
202
Crystal Palace, Wells Park Road, Sydenham, Bell Green, Catford, Lee Green, Blackheath (Royal Standard)
356
Upper Sydenham, Wells Park, Forest Hill, Lower Sydenham, Kent House Road, Penge, Elmers End, Shirley
450
Lower Sydenham (Savacentre), Sydenham, Crystal Palace, Chevening Road, Spa Hill, Thornton Heath, BenshamLane, West Croydon (Mondays-Saturdays)

Bus in Lawrie Park Road, london SE26

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