The new “Misery Line”? Feb 12, 2018 15:44:11 GMT
Post by londoner on Feb 12, 2018 15:44:11 GMT
There are no buses that serve all intermediate stations between Rayners Lane and Acton Town. From South Harrow, you can use the 487 which calls at several stations: Sudbury Town, Alperton, Hanger Lane & Park Royal. Its usually one floor bus, not the most frequent. There are several buses that can get you from Ruislip to South Harrow: 114 and 398. If you need access to the Park Royal area from Uxbridge, it would be better to take a local bus to West Ruislip (U1 and U10) and then take the central line.
Getting from Rayners Lane to Ealing Broadway is also problematic if there is suspension, but my advise is to use the 483/ 297 from Alperton station, having arrived there by means described above. You can also walk between North Ealing (Piccadilly Line) and West Acton (Central Line), it takes 10 minutes at a brisk pace. Same for Park Royal and Hanger Lane.
If you are going to Hammersmith, again during delays, it might be better to take the central line to Shepherd's Bush station, then take one of four buses (72,220,283,295) from outside West 12 shopping center (not Westfields). Any journey further in and you can take the Met line and change at Baker St/ Edgware Rd for the circle line/ district line to Earl's Court/ Glouctester Rd/ South Ken. You can also take the 74 bus from Baker St to Gloucester Rd/ South Ken and reasonably close walking distance to Earls Court and High Street Kensington.