Category Archive: trains

Sep 25 2015

Improvement Works for Harrow on the Hill Tube Station

From 5 October, TFL will be carrying out improvement work at Harrow-on-the-Hill Tube station; this is part of their plans to modernise the Tube. As a result, they are making changes to the ticket hall and the ticket windows will be permanently closed. Staff will be moved into the ticket hall where they can assist you …

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Nov 04 2012

London TravelWatch Engagement Event – November 10, 2012

London TravelWatch, the watchdog for transport users in London is holding a transport users’ engagement event in Harrow on Saturday 10 November, after successful events in Tooting, Stratford, Croydon and Romford over the last few years. The event will take place between 10am and 1pm on a New bus for London, which will be parked …

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Oct 25 2012

Chiltern Railway – December 2012 Timetables for Download

As a follow-up to our article yesterday, here are the PDF versions of the new Chiltern Railway 2012 timetable. New Timetable Stakeholder Letter Dec12 SO Met Line Dec12 SO Joint  Dec12 SX Met Dec12 SX Joint Dec12 SuO Met Dec12 SuO Joint The new timetable isn’t yet live on Network Rail, and Chiltern would also …

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Oct 24 2012

Chiltern Railway – December 2012 Timetable Announced

Regular readers will recall the consultation carried out by Chiltern Railways over some proposed timetabling changes coming in from December 2012. SHARRA, the South Harrow and Roxeth Residents Association and iharrow.com put together a petition to object to the proposals which would have resulted in a significant decrease of trains via Northolt Park – an …

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May 22 2012

Chiltern Railway Proposed Timetable Changes – Northolt Park Analysis

The South Harrow and Roxeth Residents Association, SHARRA, have done some analysis on the recent announcement by Chiltern Railways over their proposed timetable changes coming up later this year. Chiltern has already said that the changes have been designed to ensure train services are tailored to the number of passengers using trains along the route. This …

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May 20 2012

Chiltern Railway – Proposed Timetable Changes

Chiltern Railways have published a draft of their proposed new timetable, which will commence on 9 December 2012. There are significant alterations to the timetable, which involves switching to a regular interval timetable throughout the day. At peak times, where the most significant changes occur, this new timetable is intended to: reduce gaps and intervals offer a memorable …

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Feb 23 2012

TfL’s Travel Support Card for Disabled Passengers

Transport for London have today launched the travel support card. The card is designed to make it easier to get help from staff on buses, DLR, London Overground and the Tube. You can show the card to staff when you ask them for help or if you have a problem while you are travelling. It …

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Jan 17 2012

Harrow Public Transport Users Assoc. Meeting – January 18, 2012

Harrow Public Transport Users Association are holding their next meeting on January 18, 2012 at the Harrow Baptist Church, College Road, Harrow (just a couple of minutes walk from Harrow on the Hill Station and Harrow Bus Station). This meeting is themed “Meet the Rail Managers” and should be a good opportunity to ask the managers from rail …

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Jan 11 2012

HS2 Going Ahead – Impact to Harrow?

As we’ve seen on the news recently, HS2 – the High Speed rail link from London to Birmingham (and beyond) – is now going ahead. This high speed rail link will be capable to carrying trains at up to 250 miles per hour, and connecting the two cities – at a peak-time rate of about …

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Jan 11 2012

Petition for lifts for Harrow-on-the-Hill tube station – extended

Back in early December, we reported that there was a petition under way to gather support for the installation of lifts at Harrow-on-the-Hill Station. Here we are, a month later, and the organiser, Councillor Sue Anderson now reports that so far, they’ve gathered around 500 signatures – and only 78 on the ipetitions.com website. According …

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