Well, now, here's a bit of a puzzle. A modest web search indicates that there used to be a 306 running between Crystal Palace and Blackheath, until 1996; but then again, there seems also to have been a 306 running between New Barnet and Leavesden. Both these areas count as London nowadays; suffice it to say, however, that there is no such route in the TfL world now but, as it our habit, we feel we should mark its non-existence.
And I thought I would take the opportunity to have a little moan about pub names. You may have noticed it as a thread in some postings: some pub names are strange and wonderful; some are run-of -the-mill. But it seems little enough to expect the pub website to explain the name. And yet few of them do: too busy describing the food and the quiz nights.
Sometimes you can work out 'who' from the sign: here's The Duke's Head, and it's clearly the Duke of Wellington; never mind the uniform, just admire the nose, the reason he was called 'Old Hookey'. And a lot of Queen's Heads can be identified from a sign.
Wetherspoons does the right thing by its pubs. You can always find a couple of sentences offering reasons for the name. I should like to appeal to other pub chains, and indeed publicans, to do the same. How can you run a pub called 'the Change of Hart' or 'the Bald Faced Stag' and not be curious about it?
Just a suggestion...