London Buses route 180
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|Operator||London General|
|Garage||Belvedere (BV)|
|Length||11 miles (18 km)|
Route 180 commenced operating on 7 October 1951 between Plumstead and Catford garage via Woolwich, Greenwich and Lewisham as a replacement for tram route 36. On 4 March 1953, it was extended to Lower Sydenham.
On 27 April 1991, the route was rerouted from Catford to Hither Green replacing part of route 36. From 8 October 1991, the route was curtailed from Hither Green to Lewisham, while at the other end it was extended to Thamesmead.
Upon being tendered, it passed to Harris Bus on 14 February 1998. Following Harris Bus running into financial difficulty, route 180 was taken over by East Thames Buses on 25 March 2000. It was extended from Thamesmead to Belvedere garage on 23 November 2002.
- Abbey Wood station
- Plumstead station
- Woolwich Arsenal station
- Charlton station
- Greenwich station
- Lewisham station
- Lewisham Molesworth Street
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