London General
London General Omnibus Company Maps
1922–1928

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Introduction | 1910–1912 | 1912–1922 | 1922–1928 | 1928–1929 | 1929–1934 | Route Guides

A newly redesigned cover was introduced in the spring of 1922. It was used unchanged for six years.

MARCH 1922.
MARCH 1922.
MARCH 1922.
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APRIL 1922.
APRIL 1922.
MAY 1922.
MAY 1922.
JUNE 1922.
JUNE 1922.
JUNE 1922.
inside
JUNE 1922.
back
JULY 1922.
JULY 1922.
JULY 1922.
inside
JULY 1922.
back

For the months of August and September 1922 the bus map was replaced with route guides No. 1A and No. 2A. Then, for some reason, London General issued four numbered editions amongst the series that had the month name spelt out in full.

No. 10. 1922.
No. 10. 1922.

No. 11. 1922.

No. 12. 1922.

1923 marked a return to the route guides for most of the year.

MAY 1923.
MAY 1923.

From June through October 1923, the monthly route guides had a different engraving of a Country Area destination on the cover.

NOVEMBER 1923.
NOVEMBER 1923.

December was also a route guide, but without a cover illustration.


JANUARY 1924.
JANUARY 1924.
◀ This map was also issued with advertising for the Wembley Exhibition.
FEBRUARY 1924.
FEBRUARY 1924.
FEBRUARY 1924.
inside
FEBRUARY 1924.
back
MARCH 1924.
MARCH 1924.
MARCH 1924.
inside

APRIL 1924.
SUMMER 1924
COUNTRY ROUTES
SUMMER SEASON 1924
SUMMER 1924
inside
SUMMER 1924
back
◀ A reprint of this map was published in 1968.
Nº 5 1924.
Nº 5 1924.
Nº 5 1924.
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Nº 5 1924.
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Nº 6 1924.
Nº 6 1924.
Nº 7 1924.
Nº 7 1924.
Nº 8 1924.
Nº 8 1924.
Nº 8 1924.
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Nº 8 1924.
front
◀ This copy of the Nº 8 1924 guide has an additional stamp on the front which says
BUSES No. 9, 27, 28, 31, 33, 46, 49,
52, 73, 90,
TAKE YOU TO THE
WATTEAU RESTAURANT
16 CHURCH STREET,
KENSINGTON.
There is in addition a round blue sticker advertising the restaurant on the left-hand side of the map. Printed by Waterlow & Sons, it opens out to 17½ × 14½ inches.

No. 9 1924.
Nº 10 1924.
Nº 10 1924.
Nº 10 1924.
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Nº 11 1924 was not issued. Instead, there was was a leaflet entitled List of Motor-Bus routes which detailed the extensive route renumbering which took place on 1st December, 1924.

Nº 12 1924.
Nº 12 1924.
Nº 12 1924.
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Nº 1 1925.
Nº 1 1925.
Nº 2 1925.
Nº 2 1925.
Nº 3 1925.
Nº 3 1925.
Nº 4 1925.
Nº 4 1925.
Nº 9 1925.
inside
Nº 9 1925.
back
Nos 5 & 6 1925.
NOS 5 & 6 1925.
Nº 7 1925.
Nº 7 1925.
Nº 8 1925.
Nº 8 1925.
Nº 9 1925.
Nº 9 1925.
Nº 10 1925.
Nº 10 1925.
Nº 9 1925.
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Nº 9 1925.
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Nos 11 & 12 1925.
NOS 11 & 12 1925.

Nº 1 1926.
Nº 1 1926.
Nº 2 1926.
Nº 2 1926.
Nº 2 1926.
inside
Nº 3 1926.
Nº 3 1926.
Nº 4 1926.
Nº 4 1926.
Nº 5 1926.
Nº 5 1926.
No 5 1926.
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No 5 1926.
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SUMMER SEASON 1926
COUNTRY ROUTES
SUMMER SEASON 1926
Summer 1926
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Summer 1926.
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Nos 6 & 7 1926.
NOS 6 & 7 1926.
Nos 6 & 7 1926.
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Nos 6 & 7 1926.
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Nº 8 1926.
Nº 8 1926.
Nº 8 1926.
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Nº 8 1926.
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Nº 9 1926.
Nº 9 1926.
Nº 9 1926.
Nº 9 1926.
Nº 9 1926.
Nº 9 1926.
Nos 10 & 11 1926.
NOS 10 & 11 1926.

Nº 12 1926.

Nº 1 1927.
Nº 1 1927.
Nº 2 1927.
Nº 2 1927.
Nº 2 1927.
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Nº 2 1927.
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Nº 3. 1927.
Nº 3. 1927.
Nº 4. 1927.
Nº 4. 1927.
Nos 5 & 6. 1927.
NOS 5 & 6. 1927.

Nº 7. 1927.
Nº 8. 1927.
Nº 8. 1927.
Nº 8. 1927.
Nº 8. 1927.
Nº 8. 1927.
Nº 8. 1927.
◀ This map covers thea area from Southgate in the north to Norbury in the south, and east to west from Abbey Wood to Ealing. The reverse side shows all bus routes, their destination and via where they travel. It was printed by Waterlow & Sons, and opens out to 17½" × 14".

Nº 9. 1927.
Nº 9. 1927.
Nº 9. 1927.
Nº 9. 1927.
Nº 9. 1927.
Nos 10 & 11. 1927.
NOS 10 & 11. 1927.

Nº 12. 1927.

Nº 1. 1928.
Nº 1. 1928.

Nº 2. 1928.
Nº 3. 1928.
Nº 3. 1928.
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