Unit 20

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Bus service(s)

61 62

Valid from: 1 November 2015
Areas served
Sheffield
Upperthorpe
Hillsborough
Loxley
High Bradfield
Low Bradfield
Dungworth
Stannington
Hillsborough
Upperthorpe
Sheffield

Places on the route
Sheffield Museums &

Theatres
Kelham Island Museum
Hillsborough Interchange
Malin Bridge Park & Ride

What’s changed
Changes to the routes and times of services 61 and 62. The services will start from Sheffield, Arundel Gate and operate via Hillsborough, High Bradfield, Low Bradfield, Dungworth, Stannington, Hillsborough and into Sheffield in opposite directions during Monday to Friday daytimes and between Hillsborough, High Bradfield, Low Bradfield, Dungworth,
Stannington and Hillsborough during Monday to Friday evenings and all day on Sundays.

Operator(s)
Some journeys operated with financial support from
South Yorkshire Passenger
Transport Executive

How can I get more information?
TravelSouthYorkshire

@TSYalerts

01709 51 51 51

Bus route map for services 61 and 62
#
06/10/2015

Oughtibridge

High Bradfield, Old Horns Inn/Woodfall Ln
High Bradfield, Loxley Rd/Woodfall Ln

Worrall

61 ,
62

Middlewood

61 , 62

Low Bradfield,
New Rd/Damflask Reservoir

Wisewood, Ben Ln/
Loxley House

Loxley

61 , 62

61 , 62
Wisewood, Ben Ln/
Studfield Hill

61 62

Loxley, Loxley Rd/Rodney Hill

Storrs

Stannington,
Wood Ln/Marchwood Rd

Dungworth, Brookside Bank Rd/Lee Moor Ln

Load Brook

61
62

Stannington, Upper Gate Rd/Stannington Rd

Hillsborough, Interchange

Stannington,
Wood Ln/Woodfarm Cl

Malin Bridge,
Stannington Rd/
Wood Ln

Firshill

Hillfoot

Malin Bridge
Park & Ride

61

61 , 62

Hollow Meadows

Shirecliffe

Owlerton

Dungworth, Main Rd/Sidling Hollow

Dungworth

Longley

Wadsley

Loxley,
Loxley New Rd/
Storrs Bridge Ln
61 , 62…...

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