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The frequency and timetables of the buses in London during the day depends on the line and day of the week. London is a city that never sleeps and the main bus lines run 24 hours a day. Most of the main lines will run, like the Tube, from 5 am until 12 am. Night buses. Besides the lines that run 24 hours a day, many buses run at night and can be identified by the letter N in front of their normal number, so for example, the bus 15 will become N15 at nighttime. Note that these lines can have a different route at nighttime. The 24-hour buses normally have the same route
List of London Underground and DLR Stations between which single/return tickets valid for travel ‘via London' may .
List of London Underground and DLR Stations between which single/return tickets valid for travel ‘via London' may be used - subject to route of the through journey being made. For these journeys the London Terminal stations that you can use with a London Terminals ticket, will be determined by whether your journey will start, finish north or south of London as follows
The Underground has its origins in the Metropolitan Railway, the world's first underground passenger railway.
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Central buses, trolleybuses, underground trains and trams were painted in "Underground" and "London General" . The posters and advertising issued by the LPTB were often of exemplary quality and are still much sought after.
Central buses, trolleybuses, underground trains and trams were painted in "Underground" and "London General" red, coaches and country buses in green, with coaches branded "Green Line". Already in use on most of the tube system, "UNDERGROUND" branding was extended to all lines and stations. The name was said to have been coined by Albert Stanley, 1st Baron Ashfield in 1908 when he was General Manager of the Underground Group. The LPTB was replaced in 1948 by the London Transport Executive under the Transport Act 1947.