London Buses route 67 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Wood Green and Aldgate, it is operated by Arriva London.
Route 67 commenced operating on 19 July 1961 between Northumberland Park station and London Docks via Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Shoreditch and Aldgate as a trolleybus replacement route with AEC Routemasters.
In July 1966, it was converted to Leyland Atlantean operation, and on 31 December 1966 extended from London Docks to Wapping station
The Atlanteans were replaced by Routemasters from 24 January 1970, which in turn were replaced by Daimler Fleetlines from 4 December 1971. On the latter date the route was curtailed north of Stamford Hill. On 31 March 1979, it was extended from Stamford Hill to Wood Green, it was withdrawn between Aldgate East and Wapping and a Sunday Tottenham (AR) allocation was introduced.
On 31 October 1981, the route was diverted at Aldgate East to Aldgte Bus Station instead of Leman Street
On 27 April 1996, route 67 passed to Capital Citybus using Volvo Olympians from Northumberland Park (NP) garage. It was included in the 8 July 1998 sale of Capital Citybus to First London.
In 2010, the Plaxton President bodied Dennis Tridents were replaced by Plaxton President bodied Volvo B7TLs.
On 27 April 2013, the route passed to Arriva London operating from their Tottenham (AR) and Stamford Hill (SF) garages with Wright Gemini 2 bodied VDL DB300s and Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B5LHs introduced.
- Wood Green Station
- Turnpike Lane Station
- West Green
- Stamford Hill
- Stoke Newington Station
- Dalston Junction Station
- Haggerston Station
- Hoxton Station
- Shoreditch High Street Station
- Spitalfields Market
- Aldgate East Station
- Aldgate Station Aldgate High Street