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Harrow is well served by the Metropolitan, piccadilly, Bakerloo
lines and jubileeline as well as the edgware-branch of the
northern line, which catches the eastern edge of the borough.
The Metropolitan line has the most stations in the borough,
but has the fewest stops to central London and serves Harrow
on the hill (the station is in the town centre), north Harrow,
west Harrow, Rayner's lane and pinner. The Metropolitan line
takes you to Wembley park, Baker street station and then beyond
to the city. It also provides a 'magnificient' 14 trains an
If you're taking the jubilee line and connecting with the
Metropolitan line change at either Finchley road or Baker
street, rather than at wembley park because it's quicker.
The Bakerloo line stops at Harrow and Wealdstone station
and kenton, and will take you to Baker street, the west end,
and all the way to Waterloo and aldgate. There are also several
trains stopping at these stations, which may be faster options
if they're not all-stations trains.
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