London Buses route 204 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London England. Running between Edgware and Sudbury Town, it is operated by Metroline.
Route 204 commenced operating on 24 February 1990 to replace the withdrawn section of route 226 between Edgware and Sudbury Town Stations.
On 24 February 1992, the route was converted to single deck using Plaxton Pointer bodied Dennis Darts and the allocation was moved to North Wembley (NW) garage.
In 1997, the route was converted to low-floor using Plaxton Pointer bodied Dennis Dart SLFs and the Sunday service was routed via Wembley Arena because of the busy Sunday Market and also to replace a section of route 297.
On 27 April 2002, the route was retained by Metroline and the route converted back to double deck, this time with Plaxton President bodied Volvo B7TLs, but North Wembley (NW) garage has low beams and so the allocation was transferred back to Edgware in August 2002 and the Sunday service via Wembley Arena was withdrawn.
On 28 April 2007, the route was retained by Metroline using brand new Alexander Dennis Enviro 400s.
On 28 April 2012, the route was retained by Metroline.
The route will be retained by Metroline from 29th April 2017.
- Edgware Bus Station
- Burnt Oak Broadway
- Burnt Oak Station
- Grahame Park Quakers Course
- Colindale Station
- Kingsbury Station
- Preston Road Station
- Wembley Central Station
- Sudbury Town Station