Northolt Park railway station
Location of Northolt Park in Greater London
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Northolt Park railway station is a Network Rail station in Northolt, Greater London. It is in Cadogan Close and spans the boundary between the London Borough of Harrow and the London Borough of Ealing, with a footbridge connecting the north side (leading to Roxeth and South Harrow) to the south side (leading to Northolt and Greenford). Northolt tube station on the Central line is less than 1 mile (1.6 km) away and is accessible by 140, 395, 398, and 487 bus from Northolt Road.
The service to the station has much improved (until the late 1990s only peak hour trains stopped there). There are improvements in the access to the station as part of the Petts Hill road improvement scheme.
The Great Central Railway line to High Wycombe from Marylebone opened in 1906 but this station (originally known as South Harrow and Roxeth) was not opened until 1926, being given its current name in 1929.
The Monday-Saturday off-peak service currently consists of one train per hour to London Marylebone, and one per hour to Gerrards Cross. On Sundays there is also one per hour in each direction, but the Gerrards Cross service is extended to Aylesbury.
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- Chiltern Railways page for Northolt Park station
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