Stonebridge Park is on the Bakerloo and the Euston-Watford Overground lines, south of Wembley and the large train depot that shares its name. It's situated directly off the North Circular Road, and is in London Transport's Zone 3.
The line was opened in 1917 by the London and North Western Railway, and was electrified and used by underground trains from the start. The station, which is on an embankment, has had a chequered history: the original station was damaged in the Second World War, and rebuilt immediately afterwards. There is an attractive, small brick-built building at ground level, and modern platforms canopies which provide reasonable shelter from the elements (so long as it's not blowing a north-westerly or south-easterly, in which case the station acts like a funnel).
Interchange is provided with bus routes 112 and 440, and the 18 stops in Harrow Road, a few minutes' walk away. Trains run every 20 minutes between Euston and Watford Junction, and about every 6 minutes on the Bakerloo line. NB: The ticket office has limited opening hours, and there is no step-free access. There is an uncovered bicycle rack next to the station building, but no-one seems to dare to leave their bike here.
The station provides a great view of the new Wembley stadium over the rooftops of Harlesden!
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