Edgware bus station

Edgware Bus Station serves the Edgware suburb of the London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England. The station is owned and maintained by Transport for London.

Edgware bus station
London Buses
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The bus station in 2009
LocationStation Road, Edgware
London Borough of Barnet
Operated byTransport for London
Bus stands5
Bus operators
ConnectionsEdgware Underground station

The bus station is off Station Road, situated a short distance away from Edgware Station and the Broadwalk Shopping Centre.

There are five stands within the bus station. The main operators at the bus station are Metroline, Arriva Shires & Essex, Arriva London and London Sovereign

Buses go from Edgware bus station as far afield Watford, Borehamwood, Hatfield, New Barnet, Arnos Grove, Wood Green, Marylebone in Central London, Kilburn, Alperton, Sudbury and Harrow.

In August 2009, writer Tanya Gold attempted to be the writer in residence at the bus station emulating Alain de Botton who had a similar position at Heathrow Airport[1]


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Coordinates: 51°36′46″N 0°16′27″W / 51.6129°N 0.2743°W / 51.6129; -0.2743