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Sudbury Hill is an aboveground station London Underground in the urban district London Borough OF Harrow. It is in the Travelcard Tarifzone 4 because of the Greenford Road. In the year 2004 used 1.837 million passengers of the Piccadilly LINE served station. About 150 meters north the station Sudbury Hill Harrow of the railway company Chiltern Railways continues to be.

The opening of the station took place on 28 June 1903 via the "metropolitan District Railway" (name at that time of the District LINE). On 4 July 1932 the enterprise was transferred on the distance between Ealing Common and Rayners Lane to the Piccadilly LINE.

Under the line of the architect Charles Holden developed a new station building, which was inaugurated 1932; it unites functionalism and kind Most remarkable characteristic is a high square tower from red clay bricks, in which the generously dimensioned entrance hall is.

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