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Willesden Junction
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Willesden Junction


Willesden Junction - see Willesden Green. The name has its origin in the railway junction at this point.

The station was opened as WILLESDEN JUNCTION by the London &North Western Railway on 1 September 1866 and was first used by Underground trains on 10 May 1915.




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