Sudbury & Harrow Road railway station

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Sudbury & Harrow Road National Rail
Sudbury and Harrow Road station 14th January 2017.jpeg
Sudbury & Harrow Road is located in Greater London
Sudbury & Harrow Road
Sudbury & Harrow Road
Location of Sudbury & Harrow Road in Greater London
Local authorityLondon Borough of Brent
Managed byChiltern Railways
OwnerNetwork Rail
Station codeSUD
DfT categoryF1
Number of platforms2
Fare zone4
National Rail annual entry and exit
2014–15Increase 19,124[1]
2015–16Increase 30,656[1]
2016–17Increase 37,742[1]
2017–18Increase 44,072[1]
2018–19Decrease 42,286[1]
Key dates
1 March 1906Opened
Other information
External links
WGS8451°33′14″N 0°19′00″W / 51.554°N 0.3167°W / 51.554; -0.3167Coordinates: 51°33′14″N 0°19′00″W / 51.554°N 0.3167°W / 51.554; -0.3167
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Sudbury & Harrow Road is a National Rail station served by Chiltern Railways in Harrow Road, Sudbury in Greater London. It was the least used railway station in Greater London until 2015/16 and is 400m north of Sudbury Town Underground station.[2]


A 1914 Railway Clearing House map of railways in the vicinity of Sudbury & Harrow Road

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. On 2 April 1906 these services were extended to Northolt Junction.[3] The film 'Mosque in the Park' made for Thames Television and first shown 5 June 1973 (directed and narrated by acclaimed film Director Yavar Abbas), featured the daily routine of leading railwayman Mr. Siddiq who was originally from Delhi and who moved to London in 1960. The film shows him at work for British Rail at the Sudbury & Harrow Road railway station, a job that he did alone.[4]


The station is served by a limited service of just 4 trains per day in each direction during the peak hours Monday-Friday only. In the morning peak there are 4 trains southbound to London Marylebone and in evening peak there are 3 trains northbound to West Ruislip and 1 to Gerrards Cross.[5]

There are no services on Saturdays or Sundays.

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Chiltern Railways
Chiltern Main Line Limited Service



  1. ^ a b c d e "Station usage estimates". Rail statistics. Office of Rail Regulation. Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year.
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  3. ^ Dow, George (1965). "Chapter V: The Crowded Years". Great Central. Volume Three: Fay Sets the Pace 1900-1922. Shepperton: Ian Allan. p. 107. ISBN 0-7110-0263-0.
  4. ^ Accessed 18 Nov 2019 on You tube
  5. ^ [1]

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