London Buses Route 28 - Current Route

Current Route

  • Wandsworth Southside Shopping Centre
  • Wandsworth Town Station
  • Wandsworth Bridge
  • Fulham Broadway Station
  • West Kensington Station
  • Kensington Olympia Station
  • Kensington High Street
  • High Street Kensington Station
  • Notting Hill Gate Station
  • Westbourne Park Station
  • Harrow Road Prince of Wales
  • Kensal Rise Station

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