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Sudbury Hill Harrow railway station

Sudbury Hill Harrow railway station is a National Rail station in the London Borough of Harrow in northwest London.

Sudbury Hill Harrow National Rail
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Sudbury Hill Harrow is located in Greater London
Sudbury Hill Harrow
Sudbury Hill Harrow
Location of Sudbury Hill Harrow in Greater London
Local authorityLondon Borough of Harrow
Managed byChiltern Railways
Station codeSDH
DfT categoryF2
Number of platforms2
Fare zone4
OSISudbury Hill London Underground[1]
National Rail annual entry and exit
2013–14Increase 52,962[2]
2014–15Increase 53,862[2]
2015–16Increase 70,528[2]
2016–17Decrease 68,754[2]
2017–18Increase 77,106[2]
Key dates
1 March 1906Opened as South Harrow
19 July 1926Renamed Sudbury Hill Harrow
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WGS8451°33′32″N 0°20′09″W / 51.5589°N 0.3358°W / 51.5589; -0.3358Coordinates: 51°33′32″N 0°20′09″W / 51.5589°N 0.3358°W / 51.5589; -0.3358
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The station is served by Chiltern Railways trains from Marylebone towards High Wycombe and Birmingham Snow Hill, and is in Travelcard Zone 4. This station also has an Oyster card facility located at the entrance and exit. The station is situated between Northolt Park and Sudbury & Harrow Road stations. The station is close to Sudbury Hill Underground station on the Piccadilly line.



A 1914 Railway Clearing House map of railways in the vicinity of Sudbury Hill Harrow (shown here as South Harrow)

On 20 November 1905 the Great Central Railway opened a new route for freight trains between Neasden Junction and Northolt Junction. Passenger services from Marylebone began on 1 March 1906, when three new stations were opened: Wembley Hill, Sudbury & Harrow Road and South Harrow.[3] On 2 April 1906 these services were extended to Northolt Junction.[4] On 19 July 1926 South Harrow station was renamed Sudbury Hill Harrow.[5][6]

The service was reduced to peak hours only from 7 September 1964,[7] due to a lack of demand. There was a temporary closure from 22 September 1990 to 7 October 1990.[8] In November 2004, however, following concerted efforts by the London Transport Users Committee (now known as London TravelWatch) an hourly off-peak service has now been introduced.


The Monday-Friday off-peak service in trains per hour (tph) is:

There is no Saturday or Sunday service.

Preceding station   National Rail Following station
Chiltern Railways
Chiltern Main Line Mondays-Fridays only


London Buses routes 92 and H17 serve the station.



  1. ^ "Out of Station Interchanges" (XLS). Transport for London. May 2011. Archived from the original on 20 October 2012.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Station usage estimates". Rail statistics. Office of Rail Regulation. Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year.
  3. ^ Butt 1995, p. 215
  4. ^ Dow 1965, p. 107
  5. ^ Butt 1995, pp. 215,223
  6. ^ Mitchell & Smith 2005, Figure XIV
  7. ^ Mitchell & Smith 2005, Figure 64
  8. ^ Butt 1995, p. 223


  • Butt, R.V.J. (1995). The Directory of Railway Stations. Yeovil: Patrick Stephens Ltd. ISBN 1-85260-508-1. R508.
  • Dow, George (1965). Great Central. Volume Three: Fay Sets the Pace 1900-1922. Shepperton: Ian Allan. ISBN 0-7110-0263-0.
  • Mitchell, Vic; Smith, Keith (February 2005). Marylebone to Rickmansworth. Midland Main Lines. Midhurst: Middleton Press. ISBN 1-904474-49-7.

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