35px London Buses
Operated by London Central
Garage Peckham
Vehicle Volvo B7TL/Alexander ALX400
PVR 24
Start Honor Oak
Via Peckham
Elephant & Castle
Ludgate Circus
End King's Cross
Length 7 miles (12 km)
Level Daily
Frequency About every 7-8 minutes
Journey time 40-62 minutes
Day 5:00am until 1:00am
Night Night Bus N63
Adult single fares
Oyster 90p
Cash £2.00
peak vehicle requirement
Transport for LondonPerformance

London Buses route 63 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to London Central.


The route 63 first commenced operation on 17 September 1919 between Gospel Oak(Mansfield) and Honor Oak (Forest Hill Tavern) via Blackfriars Bridge and Elephant & Castle. By the end of World War II it had been cut back to operate between Kings Cross and Honor Oak. From 15 September 1954, the 63 was extended from Honor Oak to Crystal Palace as a replacement for the British Railways Crystal Palace Branch, which was closed at the same time. Apart from pre-war extension's northwards, as well as in the 1960s replacing withdrawn trolleybuses to Hampstead Heath and Parliament Hill Fields, the 63 has remained a very stable route. In 2003, the 1954 Crystal Palace extension was again withdrawn, being covered over that section by a related Route 363. The 63 has now returned to its 1945 routing.

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Current routeEdit

Route departing Honor OakEdit

Route departing Kings CrossEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

List of bus routes in London

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