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Willesden Green is an aboveground station London Underground in the urban district London Borough OF Camden. It is at the border of the Travelcard Tarifzonen 2 and 3, because of the Walm Lane. Of the Jubilee LINE served station was used in the year 2004 by 7.040 million passengers.

The opening of the station took place on 24 November 1879 via the "metropolitan Railway", how the metropolitan LINE was called at that time. During some months was here first last stop; on 2 August 1880 the distance was extended toward Harrow on the Hill.

Starting from 20 November 1939 held here also also courses of the Bakerloo LINE, which traffic on the Stanmore Zweigstrecke took over. Parallel traffic lasted however only some months; in order to make an acceleration possible, the courses the metropolitan LINE pass this station without stop since 7 December 1940. At the 1. May 1979 took over the again opened Jubilee LINE the traffic of the Bakerloo LINE.

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