Stanmore tube station

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Stanmore is a London Underground station at Stanmore.wikipedia
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Jubilee line

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It is the northern terminus of the Jubilee line; the next station towards Central London is Canons Park.
The Jubilee line's first section opened in 1932, when the Metropolitan Railway built a branch from its main line at Wembley Park to Stanmore.

Canons Park tube station

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It is the northern terminus of the Jubilee line; the next station towards Central London is Canons Park.
It is on the Jubilee line, between Stanmore and Queensbury stations and is in Travelcard Zone 5.

Metropolitan line

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Stanmore station was opened on 10 December 1932 by the Metropolitan Railway (now the Metropolitan line).
A major bottleneck in the line, the double-track tunnel from Baker Street to Finchley Road, was bypassed by boring two tube tunnels underneath the Metropolitan tunnels, transferring slow services and the Stanmore branch to the Bakerloo line.

Stanmore

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Stanmore is a London Underground station at Stanmore.
Stanmore has direct London Underground access to Central London via the Jubilee line.

Stanmore Village railway station

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The introduction of fast, direct trains into London attracted commuters to the Metropolitan Railway and presented competition for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, who operated a rival train service from Stanmore Village railway station approximately 0.62 mi away.
The opening in 1932 by the Metropolitan Railway of its own Stanmore station about 1 km to the north-east (later served by the Bakerloo line and now by the Jubilee line), introduced a rapid, direct service to the West End and the City of London.

Metropolitan Railway

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Stanmore station was opened on 10 December 1932 by the Metropolitan Railway (now the Metropolitan line).
Construction started in 1929 on a branch from Wembley Park to Stanmore to serve a new housing development at Canons Park, with stations at Kingsbury and Canons Park (Edgware) (renamed Canons Park in 1933).

List of stations in London fare zone 5

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The station is on the south side of London Road, part of the A410 and is in Travelcard Zone 5.

Wembley Park tube station

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Following construction of deep-level tube tunnels between Finchley Road and Baker Street, the branch and most stopping services between Finchley Road and Wembley Park were transferred to the Bakerloo line on 29 November 1939.
This is where the Jubilee line from Stanmore diverges from the Metropolitan line which was formerly a branch of the Metropolitan Railway and was taken over by the Bakerloo line and today part of the Jubilee line.

Bakerloo line

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Following construction of deep-level tube tunnels between Finchley Road and Baker Street, the branch and most stopping services between Finchley Road and Wembley Park were transferred to the Bakerloo line on 29 November 1939.
The Bakerloo line took over the Metropolitan line's service to Stanmore on 20 November 1939.

Baker Street tube station

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Following construction of deep-level tube tunnels between Finchley Road and Baker Street, the branch and most stopping services between Finchley Road and Wembley Park were transferred to the Bakerloo line on 29 November 1939.
On 20 November 1939, following the construction of an additional southbound platform and connecting tube tunnels between Baker Street and Finchley Road stations, the Bakerloo line took over the Metropolitan line's stopping services between Finchley Road and Wembley Park and its Stanmore branch.

Finchley Road tube station

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Following construction of deep-level tube tunnels between Finchley Road and Baker Street, the branch and most stopping services between Finchley Road and Wembley Park were transferred to the Bakerloo line on 29 November 1939.
To alleviate this congestion new sections of deep tube tunnels were bored between Finchley Road and Baker Street to carry some of the traffic from the Stanmore branch and stations south of Wembley Park.

London Buses route 142

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London Buses routes 142, 324 and H12 and night route N98 and non TFL route Uno Buses 615 serve the station.

List of bus routes in London

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London Buses routes 142, 324 and H12 and night route N98 and non TFL route Uno Buses 615 serve the station.

Night buses in London

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London Buses routes 142, 324 and H12 and night route N98 and non TFL route Uno Buses 615 serve the station.
Route N98 commenced operating on 19 August 1995 between Stanmore station and Trafalgar Square.

Train station

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It is the northern terminus of the Jubilee line; the next station towards Central London is Canons Park.

A roads in Zone 4 of the Great Britain numbering scheme

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The station is on the south side of London Road, part of the A410 and is in Travelcard Zone 5.

Charles Walter Clark

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The station building and those on the branch were designed by the Metropolitan Railway's architect, Charles W. Clarke, in the suburban style used on the company's other post First World War stations such as those on the Watford branch.

World War I

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The station building and those on the branch were designed by the Metropolitan Railway's architect, Charles W. Clarke, in the suburban style used on the company's other post First World War stations such as those on the Watford branch.

Watford tube station

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The station building and those on the branch were designed by the Metropolitan Railway's architect, Charles W. Clarke, in the suburban style used on the company's other post First World War stations such as those on the Watford branch.

London, Midland and Scottish Railway

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The introduction of fast, direct trains into London attracted commuters to the Metropolitan Railway and presented competition for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, who operated a rival train service from Stanmore Village railway station approximately 0.62 mi away.

Stanmore branch line

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The slower LMS trains ran on the Stanmore branch line as far as, where they connected with London-bound services, but after 20 years of competing with the Metropolitan line, the Village station was closed by British Railways in 1952.

British Rail

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The slower LMS trains ran on the Stanmore branch line as far as, where they connected with London-bound services, but after 20 years of competing with the Metropolitan line, the Village station was closed by British Railways in 1952.

London Passenger Transport Board

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In 1934, a proposal to extend the Metropolitan line northwards was discussed by the London Passenger Transport Board's Engineering Committee as an alternative or complementary scheme to the extension of the Northern line from Edgware.