London Buses route 487
|Start||Willesden Junction station|
|End||South Harrow station|
|Length||9 miles (14 km)|
Route 487 commenced operating on 4 September 1999 between Willesden Junction and South Harrow via Park Royal, Alperton and Sudbury Hill replacing part of route 187. It was operated by London Traveller.
Upon being re-tendered, route 487 passed to First London's Alperton garage on 6 March 2004. It was reallocated to Willesden Junction on 28 June 2008. First London successfully tendered to retain the route, with a new contract commencing on 7 March 2009.
- Willesden Junction station
- Harlesden station
- Central Middlesex Hospital
- Park Royal station
- Hanger Lane station
- Alperton station
- Sudbury Town station
- South Harrow station
- "Sovereign and Traction Sell Up in London". Buses (573): 5. December 2002.
- Bus tender results Route 487 Transport for London 24 October 2003
- Bus tender results Route 487 Transport for London 19 June 2008
- FirstGroup Announces Sale of Eight London Bus Depots FirstGroup 9 April 2013
- Aberdeen firm FirstGroup sells off depots for £80m BBC News 9 April 2013
- First quits London bus business Bus & Coach Professional 9 April 2013
- Media related to London Buses route 487 at Wikimedia Commons