|Frequency||About every 10 minutes|
|Vehicle(s)||VDL SB120/Wright Cadet|
|† peak vehicle requirement|
for London •
London Buses route 410 for Transport for London is a contracted route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to Arriva London. The service serves main areas of South London, but uses mostly back roads (especially parts in between Crystal Palace and Norwood Junction).
After the creation of the tram network in Croydon, many bus routes went through many alterations.
The 410 bus route was created after the amalgamation of the 412 route (then Purley - Norwood Junction) and route 400. The 412 returned to its previous route between Purley and West Croydon, while remaining portion of 400 was taken over completely by 455 (which was an amalgamation of 450 and 400) and 466 (amalgamation of 166 and 400).
The route was extended from Norwood Junction to Crystal Palace following the 361 from the Junction of Portland Road/High Street/South Norwood Hill (South Norwood Hill - Sylvan Road - Crystal Palace).
Also known as the "One Hour Fish Bus" and "The Brute" by many locals.
Route departing Crystal Palace
Route departing Wallington