Category: Piccadilly Line

South Harrow

South Harrow originally spread south and west from the hamlet of Roxeth as a result of easier access from Central London by rail.

Piccadilly Line

Piccadilly Line: Cockfosters to Heathrow Cockfosters to Oakwood walk Oakwood to Southgate walk Southgate to Arnos Grove walk Arnos Grove to Bounds Green walk Bounds Green to Wood Green walk Wood Green to Turnpike Lane walk Turnpike Lane to Manor House walk Manor House to Finsbury Park walk Finsbury Park to Arsenal walk Arsenal to …

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Until the coming of the Underground railway, Alperton was a tiny hamlet.


Hillingdon is an area within the London Borough of the same name.


Uxbridge, a Middlesex market town, lies at the end of the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines.


The area of Oakwood derives its name from Oakwood Park which opened in 1927.

Wood Green

Wood Green is a suburban district lying to the east of Alexandra Palace, identified by the London Plan as one of the metropolitan centres in Greater London.


Hammersmith is a district in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, approximately eight kilometres west of Charing Cross on the north bank of the River Thames.

Acton Town

Acton Town station was opened as Mill Hill Park on 1 July 1879 by the District Railway (now the District line).

Ealing Common

Ealing Common is an area of open space which became prominent at the time of the enclosures of the late eighteenth century.