Queensbury tube station
Location of Queensbury in Greater London
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The station opened on 16 December 1934, two years after the neighbouring stations, as part of the Metropolitan line and with its branch was transferred to the Bakerloo line in 1939, and then the Jubilee line in 1979.
The name Queensbury did not, when it was chosen, refer to any pre-existing area. It was coined by analogy with the adjacent Kingsbury station. Most of the locale now known as Queensbury is actually to the north-west of the tube station, in the London Borough of Harrow, just across the borough border from the tube station, which is in the London Borough of Brent.
Queensbury is served by the following London Bus Routes:
|114||Mill Hill Broadway||Ruislip|
Queensbury is also served by the following Night London Bus Routes:
Queensbury is also served by the following Local Bus Routes:
|644||Hatfield||Wembley Park||Monday-Friday (peak hours only)|
The station, and its local surroundings and characters were cited in the song "Queensbury Station" by the Berlin-based punk-jazz band The Magoo Brothers on their album "Beyond Believable", released on the Bouncing Corporation label in 1988. The song was written by Paul Bonin and Melanie Hickford, who both grew up and lived in the area.
- "Customer metrics: entries and exits: 2010". London Underground performance update. Transport for London. Retrieved 26 December 2012.
- "Multi-year station entry-and-exit figures" (XLS). London Underground station passenger usage data. Transport for London. 2014. Retrieved 27 July 2014.
- https://mgonline.gema.de/werke/detail.do?title=QUEENSBURY+STATION&dbkey=540612 GEMA database listing for Queensbury Station song, work no.: 2181020-001
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