Willesden railway station
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Willesden railway station was a station on Acton Lane in Harlesden, north-west London, opened in 1841 by the London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) on what became the West Coast Main Line (WCML). It was five or six furlongs south of the original village of Willesden. It closed later the same year, reopened in 1844 and closed finally when the L&BR's successor, the London and North Western Railway (LNWR), opened Willesden Junction station about half a mile to the southeast on 1 September 1866. On 15 June 1912 the LNWR opened a new station, "Harlesden". near the site.