London Buses route 430

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London Buses route 430 Putney High St.jpg
Operator London General
Garage Putney (AF)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 15
Predecessors Route 74
Night-time Night Bus N74
Start South Kensington station
Via West Brompton
Charing Cross Hospital
Putney Heath
End Roehampton
Length 7 miles (11 km)
Level Daily
Frequency 8-12 minutes
Journey time 32-52 minutes
Operates 05:00 until 00:00

London Buses route 430 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between South Kensington station and Roehampton, it is operated by London General.


Route 430 was introduced on 23 November 2002 between West Brompton station and Roehampton when route 74 was withdrawn between Putney and Roehampton as part of a reorganisation of routes in preparation for the introduction of the London congestion charge.[1] It initially operated from West Brompton station being extended to South Kensington station on 13 January 2007 in preparation for the Western extension of the congestion charge.[2] It has always been operated by London General's Putney garage.

Current route[edit]


  1. ^ "Congestion charge London service changes" Buses Magazine issue 572 November 2002
  2. ^ Route 430 London Buses

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