|Bx6||Westchester Square subway station||Throgs Neck
|Was later merged into the Bx40. This Bx40 branch became the current Bx42 on September 10, 1990.|
Parkchester subway station
|Country Club||Metropolitan Avenue, East Tremont Avenue, Westchester Avenue, and Bruckner Boulevard||
East 189 Street
207th Street – Broadway subway station
|Merged into the Bx12 by the 1970s.|
East 138 Street-Jackson Avenue
|Triborough Bridge||Was the Bronx branch of the TB (along with the M35) until July 1974.
Discontinued on Feb. 18, 1984.
Buhre Avenue subway station
|Merged into the Bx8 on Sept. 10, 1990.|
West 256 Street
|Eliminated on September 10, 1995|
Paul Avenue and West 205 Street
|Bedford Park Blvd, Allerton Av, Bartow Blvd||Designation discontinued on June 27, 2010 as part of budget crisis. Service still remains on Bx26.|
|Bx49||161st Street –
River Avenue subway station
West 181 Street
|Woodycrest Avenue, Nelson Avenue, Anderson Avenue||Merged with redundant Bx37 into the current Bx13 on Feb. 18, 1984.|
|Orchard Beach||Baychester Avenue,
City Island Road
|Summer seasonal service (Memorial Day to Labor Day only).
Eliminated on Sept. 10, 1990.
|Bx54||Simpson Street subway station||Parkchester
Purdy Street-Metropolitan Avenue
White Plains Road,
|introduced January 20, 1964 as the Bx5A to Parkchester IRT station; extended through Parkchester via Metropolitan Avenue in 1969; renumbered Bx54 on June 15, 1974. Route was discontinued Sept. 10, 1990; the Bx14 was rerouted to serve Metropolitan Avenue.|
|Bx56||"Culture Bus Loop III"|
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