Rock and Gowar, were placed on that road, and were successful from the day of starting. The Associations now in existence are—
- Atlas and Waterloo Omnibus Association.
- Camden Town " "
- John Bull " "
- Kings Cross and Barnsbury Omnibus Association.
- King's Cross and Victoria Omnibus Association.
- Victoria Station Omnibus Association.
- Westminster " "
Nearly all of the above were in existence before the London General Omnibus Company was started. The Atlas and Waterloo is the largest of the Associations, and its omnibuses run as far south as Gipsy Hill and north as Finchley. Moreover, it claims, and its claim cannot be disputed, to have the prettiest omnibus route in London. That route is from Oxford Circus to Hendon, viâ Finchley Road, Child's Hill and Golder's Green.
The chief proprietors having omnibuses in some, or all, of the above Associations are: The London General Omnibus Co., Ltd.; The Star Omnibus Co., London, Ltd. ; The Associated Omnibus Co., Ltd.;