London Buses route 183
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Route 183 commenced operating on 3 October 1934, running from Northwood Garage to Golders Green station via Pinner, North Harrow, Kenton, Kingsbury and Brent Green, operating from Hendon garage, using Leyland Titan STDs which were in turn replaced in 1953 by the AEC Regent III RTs. This route was still much the same in 1952. LT-type buses allocated to Harrow Weald garage were used on route 183 between Golders Green and Pinner. In April 1937, STD-type buses first went into service on route 183.
- Mike Harris, The 1952 Greater London Bus Map, archived from the original on 28 December 2010, retrieved 4 April 2010
- Graeme Bruce, J; Curtis, Colin (1977). The London Motor Bus: Its Origins and Development. London Transport. pp. 50, 76. ISBN 0853290830.
- Aldridge, John (May 1999). "Small (or smaller) is beautiful". Buses. Ian Allan Publishing (530): 13.
- Tara Brady (27 October 2008), Bus thieves target elderly, Harrow Observer
- Bus tender results | Transport for London – February 2009
- O'Neill, Natalie (15 January 2014). "TfL to increase frequency of bus route 183 between Golders Green and Pinner". This is Local London. Retrieved 19 January 2014.
- Media related to London Buses route 183 at Wikimedia Commons