Located on the edge of Wembley in the London suburb of Sudbury, Sudbury Hill Harrow train station offers quick and easy access to London Marylebone – principally via Wembley - with 1 train per hour. Chiltern Railways northbound hourly services, with occasional gaps, head to Northolt Park - a 2 minute journey – and Gerrards Cross, a journey of 18 minutes. There are also 2 trains per day running to High Wycombe and Haddenham and Thame Parkway and 1 morning service to Banbury.
Sudbury itself is a relatively leafy suburb offering plenty in the way of easily accessible amenities including restaurants, cafés and shops. Close by is Barham Park which has been serving as a tranquil green escape from the busy streets for hundreds of years. Dating from the 1700s the formal walled gardens here were once part of an estate belonging to a local business magnate while a surviving Georgian building now houses a library. Barham Park is 1 mile away from Sudbury Hill Harrow train station and a short stroll from Sudbury's second train station – Sudbury & Harrow Road - which is a 4 minute journey and served by 3 trains per day. London Marylebone is just 15 minutes by train from Sudbury Harrow Hill with Madame Tussauds, London Zoo and Regent's Park within easy strolling distance from the station. London buses also run directly from the station at Sudbury Hill Harrow while Sudbury Town Underground station – located on the Piccadilly Line - is a 20 minute walk away.
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