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London Buses route 276

Operator Docklands Buses
Garage Silvertown (SI)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro200 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 19
Start Stoke Newington
Via Hackney Downs
Homerton Hospital
Hackney Wick
Bow Church
West Ham
End Newham University Hospital
Length 9 miles (14 km)
Level Daily
Frequency 12-20 minutes
Journey time 49-91 minutes

London Buses route 276 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Stoke Newington and Newham University Hospital, it is operated by Docklands Buses.


  • History 1
  • Current route 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Route 276 commenced operating on 27 October 1984 between Stoke Newington and Canning Town, being operated by East London's West Ham garage replacing route 278 between Stoke Newington and Stratford and route 173 between Stratford and Canning Town. On 2 November 1985, it was extended from Canning Town to East Beckton replacing part of route 56. On 4 June 1988, it was rerouted from Plaistow to serve North Woolwich in lieu of East Beckton.[1]

On 18 September 1999, it was curtailed between Newham General Hospital and East Beckton. It was operated by East London until it passed to Docklands Buses' Silverton garage on 17 September 2011.[1][2]

Current route

Route 276 operates via these primary locations:[3]


  1. ^ a b Route 276 London Bus Routes
  2. ^ The Tender Routes of Success Bus Talk (Go-Ahead London) issue 9 April 2011
  3. ^ Route 276 Map Transport for London

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • London Bus Routes gallery
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