London buses route 249

London buses route 249

Infobox London Bus

operator=Arriva London
vehicle=VDL DB250/Alexander ALX400
start=Anerley railway station
via=Upper Norwood
Tooting Common
end=Clapham Common Old Town
frequency=About every 12 minutes
time=25-43 minutes

London Buses route 249 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to Arriva London.


The route 249 currently runs between Balham station and Clapham Common via Streatham and Tooting Commons extended from its old terminus of Crystal Palace in 2002. It was extended in the balham end up to Clapham Common in August 2008.

Current route

Route departing Anerley

*Anerley Railway Station
*Crystal Palace Railway Station
*Anerley Hill
*Church Road
*Beulah Hill
*Crown Lane
*Streatham Common North Side
*Streatham Station
*Saint Lenoalds Church
*Tooting Common
*Tooting Bec Station
*Balham Railway Station
*Balham Hill
*Clapham South Station
*Clapham Common Southside
*Clapham Common "Old Town"

Route departing Clapham Common

*Clapham Common Southside
*Clapham South Tube Station
*Balham High Street
*Balham Railway Station
*Balham Hill
*Tooting Bec Tube Station
*Tooting Common
*Saint Lenoalds Church
*Streatham Railway Station
*Streatham Common Northside
*Crown Lane
*Beualah Hill
*Church Road
*Westow Road
*Westlow Hill
*Anerley Hill
*Crystal Palace Railway Station
*Anerley Railway Station

ee also

* List of bus routes in London
* Arriva London

External links

* [ Transport for London]
* [ London Bus Routes]
* [ Full Timetable]

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