The Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Piccadilly lines all traverse Harrow, which has 10 tube stations (only three outer London boroughs have more).
There are three stations in Harrow served by the London Overground between Euston and Watford, while Euston can also be reached in just 14 minutes using London Midland services from Harrow and Wealdstone station.
Two international airports are within easy reach of Harrow: Heathrow Airport is 38 minutes away on the Piccadilly line from Sudbury Hill, and Luton Airport can be reached from Harrow and Wealdstone in around an hour.
Harrow will be linked directly to Crossrail and HS2 by an extension from Old Oak Common, just three miles from the borough’s edge. Those links are intended to stimulate development of the £1.7 billion, 5,500-home Heart of Harrow housing zone. That brings the borough almost full circle from its beginnings in 1919 when the Metropolitan Railway established its own property company to develop land around the line’s new stations: 12,000 houses were built in what was dubbed “Metroland” in a single decade.
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