Harlesden Tube Station London

Harlesden Tube Station London is a bustling transport hub in northwest London, serving both the London Overground and the Bakerloo Line of the London Underground. Opened in 1912, it sits in Zone 3 and acts as a gateway to destinations like Watford Junction, Queen’s Park, and central London.

Preceding stationFollowing station
Stonebridge Park towards Watford JunctionWillesden Junction towards Euston
Stonebridge Park towards Harrow & WealdstoneWillesden Junction towards Elephant & Castle
harlesden station
harlesden station

Table of Contents

  • Location: Forecourt
  • Zone: 3
  • Ticket machines: Available
  • Online ticket collection: Available
  • Accessible ticket machines: Available
    • Oyster card services: Purchase Oyster card
    • Top up Oyster Pay as you go
    • Use Oyster or contactless payment
    • Smartcards: Not issued at this station
    • Not accepted for tickets
    • Not validated at this station
  • Induction loop: Available for hearing assistance
  • Opening hours: Information not provided

Staff help:

  • Available from help points and station staff during these hours:Mon-Fri: 5:15 AM – 1:00 AM
  • Sat: 5:20 AM – 1:00 AM
  • Sun: 6:50 AM – 12:40 AM

Customer information screens:

  • Available throughout the station.

Customer service notes:

  • TFL Customer Services: 0343 222 1234

Additional services:

  • Luggage storage: Not available.
  • Lost property: Open Mon-Fri 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM, closed Sat & Sun.
  • CCTV: Yes, present throughout the station.

There are 5 unsheltered bicycle parking spaces available with CCTV surveillance. However, there are no bike rental facilities at this location.

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Positive aspects:

  • Staff help is available during most operating hours.
  • Customer Help Points and Meeting Points are available.
  • Accessible taxis are available nearby.
  • Ticket barriers, gates, and some ticket machines are accessible.
  • An induction loop is available for hearing assistance.

Challenges:

  • Traveling with mobility aids or limited mobility may be difficult.
  • There are no accessible toilets or dedicated waiting areas.
  • There is no ramp for boarding trains directly.

Recommendations:

  • Contact the station beforehand to inquire about assistance if needed.
  • Consider using the nearest accessible station (Willesden Junction) if possible.
  • Plan your journey carefully, considering the lack of step-free access and other limitations.

Map of harlesden station

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