Stonebridge Park train station dates from 1912 but only the booking hall is the original as the rest was destroyed by World War II bombs. Located in a north-west London suburb this station sits on both a London Overground route running from Watford Junction to Euston via Wembley Central and London Underground's Bakerloo line. This means easy transport links from Stonebridge Park train station via tube or train to the whole of London are straightforward. The busy train schedule here is run by Arriva Rail London and London Underground Limited with 3 trains per hour in both directions to Watford Junction and London Euston and at least 8 trains per hour making the 2 minute journey to Wembley Central.
The railway station at Stonebridge Park is actually located midway between Tokyngton and Stonebridge which means a variety of cafes, pubs and shops are within easy walking distance. The area also has several points of interest for visitors such as two stunning Hindu temples – the stark white marble Neasden Temple, which is just steps away, and the Sanatan Temple. Each is beautifully different to the other but both have intricate carvings and exquisite architectural features while offering the visitor a chance to observe prayer ceremonies or simply roam the peaceful interiors. For those looking for some shopping opportunities the major discount London Design Outlet is less than a mile away with its 50 stores, 20 restaurants and coffee shops. The multitude of London attractions are of course right on the doorstep. London Euston by train from Stonebridge Park is a journey of 23 minutes while the direct tube options include Oxford Circus, Embankment and Waterloo.
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