|Start||St Raphael's North|
|Frequency||About every 8-12 minutes|
|Length||9 miles (14 km)|
|Vehicle(s)||Volvo B7TL 10.6m Wright Eclipse Gemini|
|† peak vehicle requirement|
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The 92 was renumbered from 18C in 1944, it was developed from the route 18, so much that it had nothing in common with the 18, except a short section between Wembley & Sudbury. The route is very much similar to what it is now, except that it ran to the old Southall garage (opposite to Ealing Hospital) where it now terminates. In Wembley area, it ran to Wembley Empire Pool.
The Monday to Friday rush hours and lunchtimes, was renumbered 92A which ran via South Way to Wembley Trading Estate rather than Empire Pool. The 92A ran parallel with the 92 in the day on Saturdays.
In 1998, the 92 was extended to St Raphael's North.
The 92 has always been a double-deck route from when it was run by London Buslines until now, but when the 92 was moved within First Group to Centrewest's Alperton garage, it converted into single-deck using new low-floor Marshall Capital-bodied Dennis Dart SLF although a couple of Metrobuses did crop up.
In 2003, the route was converted back to double-deck this time using new Volvo B7TL 10.6m / Wright Eclipse Gemini (VNZ)s, but the shorter VNWs show up very frequently even though they were intended for routes 79 and 95.
Route departing Ealing Hospital
Route departing St Raphael's North