|35px London Buses|
|Vehicle||Volvo B7TL / Plaxton President|
|Via|| Kensal Rise|
Hyde Park Corner
|Length||7 miles (11 km)|
|Frequency||About every 6-8 minutes|
|Journey time||35-50 minutes|
|Day||4:50am until 0:38am|
|Night||Night bus N52|
|Adult single fares|
| † peak vehicle requirement|
Transport for London •
In the Borehamwood area withdrawn from Warwick Road and Drayton Road to Elstree Way Hotel in 1951.
Extended in Borehamwood from Elstree Way Hotel to Drayton Road on 3 February 1953 and Brook Road on 3 February 1954, Monday to Friday peaks to Drayton Road and Brook Road (Sundays) in 1955, extended from Brook Road to Rossington Avenue (Sundays) in 1956.
Route 52 has always been operated from Metroline's Willesden (AC) garage. Although for a brief period in 1993 it was operated by London Coaches (WD), where the night service N52 first commenced. The operation was transferred to Atlas Bus in Harlesden (HR), then Metroline bought Atlas bus and was renamed Metroline in 1996 and the allocation was transferred back to Willesden (AC).
Garages like Edgware (EW), Stockwell (SW), Victoria (GM) and Westbourne and Middle Row (X) also have partly operated.
All sorts of double-deck buses have been operated on route 52.
On the 8th December 2012, route 52's contract was retained and a new half-hour service at night was introduced on the 52 replacing N52.
Route departing WillesdenEdit
Route departing Victoria StationEdit
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