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D3 has a new eastern terminus at Orchard Place, E14.

A 277 spotted at the infamous Dalston Junction bus station slab.


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Default Couple of bus sightings

On Friday, 12 May 2017 22:11:18 UTC+1, eastender wrote:
D3 has a new eastern terminus at Orchard Place, E14.

A 277 spotted at the infamous Dalston Junction bus station slab.


The D3 (and all buses) has been evicted from the old Leamouth terminal loop because the land and properties have been sold to a new owner. The new owner doesn't want any service buses on "their" land so sod the bus passengers who used the service. Hence the new terminal point.

I assume the 277 had been turned short and was using Dalston Junction as a stand. There's plenty of room. :-P

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