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Stonebridge Park


Stonebridge Park. Where the Harrow Road crosses the River Brent stood a stone bridge, first recorded in 1745, that now gives its name to the district. It was recorded in 1875 that there was a cluster of 60 or 80 villas on a nearby estate which was given the name Stonebridge Park.

The station was opened as STONEBRIDGE PARK by the London & North Western Railway on 15 June 1912 and first used by Underground trains on 16 April 1917.





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