Historical Bus Routes in Basingstoke

Historical Bus Routes In Basingstoke

The town of Basingstoke in Hampshire, England, has a large bus network, providing the main public transport service there. Most services are currently run by Stagecoach in Hampshire. The network has a long history, and some routes are particularly long-standing.

This is a list of some bus routes that have served Basingstoke in past years.

Read more about Historical Bus Routes In BasingstokeOctober 1973, February 1979, November 1983, June 1990, September 1994, Evening and Sunday Running Sequence, February 1999, August 2000, Changes in 2009, Changes From 9 September 2009, Changes From 4 January 2010, Changes From 10 January 2010, Changes From 27 March 2010, Changes From October 2011

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