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London Transport
Country Area Routes 330–334

North of the Thames

Last updated 09-08-06.

Route 330 ran from Hemel Hempstead to Welwyn Garden City via Leverstock Green, St. Albans, Oaklands, Hatfield, Stanborough and Lemsford.

The first “E” plate is one of the very early post-war ones without the black lines at the top and bottom. These plates were fitted into the older flat bus stop flags which also had horizontal cross bars, thus the top and bottom edges were hidden. However, these stop flags required a great deal of dismantling to change the plates, hence the modern style was devised with the black top and bottom edging which could simply be dropped into the runners.

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330 FARE STAGE

330A

Route 330A ran from Hemel Hempstead to Welwyn Garden City via Leverstock Green, St. Albans, Hatfield and Stanborough. The “A” suffix denoted the service that ran via Lemsford lane.


Route 330B was a latter-day peak hour variation on the major trunk routes 330 and 330A which ran from Hemel Hempstead to Welwyn Garden city via Leverstock Green, St. Albans, Hatfield and Stanborough.

330B

331 331-337

Routes 331 and 337 ran between Hertford (Bus Station) and Buntingford. The 331 ran via Ware, Wadesmill, Colliers End, Standon and Puckeridge, while the 337 (which was previously the 331A) ran via Braughing, Dassels and Hare Street. An older route 337 ran between Dunstable (Square) and Hemel Hempstead Station or Two Waters Garage.


Route 332 was a very short route providing just a few journeys between Amersham and Quill Hall Estate via Stanley Hill, mainly at school times. There would have been very few “E” plates for this route, mainly in Amersham.

332

334

Route 334 was a local service in Hemel Hempstead and ran during Monday to Saturday rush hours between the Town Centre and Maylands Avenue in the industrial area via Bennetts End. The route hardly altered over the years, which accounts for the very old plates.


Route 334B ran between Hemel Hempstead (Gadebridge) and Maylands Avenue via Apsley Mills and Bennetts End, serving one of the factory areas. If anybody does have additional details I will be pleased to add the information.

334B
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