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messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by dbboy February 07, 06:28PM

Count your blessings this afternoon a 185 on it's apparent way to Lewisham decided to go OFF route
from Honor Oak Road,
left into Tyson rd,
left onto Devonshire road,
left onto Boveney road,
left into Hengrave road,
left onto Honor Oak Road,
right and back down Forest Hill Road,
left onto Woodvale all the way to the end,
finally left back onto London Road/ Lordship lane.

The back roads of SE23 are not designed for buses as the driver found out to his cost, having to manoeuvre some very, very tight corners to get around. Doubt he'll be repeating it, and what those living on teh back streets thought when the 185 went doen the roads, I have no idea.

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by IlonaM February 07, 06:39PM

Presumably best way for visitor arriving from Clapham Junction tomorrow is either to get to LL and take P13 or overground to Peckham Rye & 363?

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by Bic Basher February 07, 06:54PM

IlonaM Wrote:
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> Presumably best way for visitor arriving from
> Clapham Junction tomorrow is either to get to LL
> and take P13 or overground to Peckham Rye & 363?

The P13 is currently diverted away from Peckham Rye due to Rye Lane gas works. Personally depending on which part of LL they're going to, I'd get them to change at Peckham Rye for a Southern train to East Dulwich and then bus from there or walk.

They can also walk from Peckham Rye station to Peckham Bus Station where they can get the 37 or P13 to the Goose Green end.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was february 07, 06:55pm by Bic Basher.

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by dbboy February 07, 10:26PM

P13 today was on up LL and left along Whately and Underhill, but don't know where it went from Underhill/Langton rise junction, it carried on towards Melford road.

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by Bic Basher February 07, 10:52PM

dbboy Wrote:
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> P13 today was on up LL and left along Whately and
> Underhill, but don't know where it went from
> Underhill/Langton rise junction, it carried on
> towards Melford road.

P13 was normal route towards Streatham.

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by Applespider February 07, 11:13PM

It is all starting to feel like a magical mystery tour when you get on a bus either side of these works. TW must have had their permit extended. It was supposed to expire at 7pm on Friday

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by IlonaM February 08, 08:43AM

Bic Basher Wrote:
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> dbboy Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > P13 today was on up LL and left along Whately
> and
> > Underhill, but don't know where it went from
> > Underhill/Langton rise junction, it carried on
> > towards Melford road.
>
> P13 was normal route towards Streatham.

Thanks all. They are coming to Underhill below Melford Rd stop, but were thinking about stopping off on LL to pick up something en route. They might decide to take overland to PR and 363 down instead.

It does feel rather like a magical mystery tour, you're right Applespider!

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by muffins78 February 08, 09:07AM

Hi so can we get the P13 from one stop ahead of the one that intersects with Underhill and Melford? Might save me a few Ubers smiling smiley

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by intexasatthe moment February 08, 09:46AM

If the bus is on a diversion I don't think they will stop .

Having said that I did see a P ( something 4 ? ) stop on Barry Rd yesterday ,but I think that was just that driver exercising discretion/anarchy .

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by Bic Basher February 08, 11:28AM

Buses will stop on diversion by request.

messageRe: No water Underhill Rd (Horniman end) - anyone else affected?
Posted by intexasatthe moment February 08, 11:35AM

Oh ,that's good to know .Thanks Bic .

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