London Buses routes H9 and H10 are Transport for London contracted bus routes in London, England. Running between Harrow and Northwick Park Hospital, they are operated by London Sovereign.


Route H10 commenced operating on 19 January 1991 between Harrow Bus Station and Harrow Bus Station via North Harrow, Wealdstone, Kenton and Northwick Park Hospital as a circular route. The route was in effect the renumbering of Route 201. Route H10 initially operated by Alexander bodied Mercedes-Benz 811Ds.

In 1999, route H10 was retained by Sovereign London with low floor Plaxton Pointer 2 bodied Dennis Dart SLFs introduced.

In 2004, the anti-clockwise section of route H10 was renumbered H9.

In 2011, the routes were retained by London Sovereign with Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 Darts introduced.

On 29 August 2015, the routes were retained by London Sovereign and were converted to full Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 Dart operation.

Current RouteEdit

  • Harrow Bus Station
  • Northwick Park Hospital
  • Northwick Park Station
  • Kenton Station
  • Harrow & Wealdstone Station
  • North Harrow Station
  • Rayners Lane Station
  • South Harrow Station
  • Harrow Bus Station

Note: Route H9 operates anti-clockwise and H10 operates clockwise.

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