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Queensbury is a locality in northwest London, England. It is located in the south eastern part of the London Borough of Harrow and on the boundary with the London Borough of Brent.

Geography and history

The area around Queensbury Circle and Honeypot Lane is in the HA postcode area and the area south east of Queensbury tube station is in the NW postcode area. Queensbury tube station is on the Jubilee Line. Queensbury neighbours the district of Kingsbury in the London Borough of Brent.

Queensbury tube station
The main focus of Queensbury is the area around the tube station. Queensbury did not exist as an area before the opening of the Stanmore branch as part of the Metropolitan line in 1932 (transferred to the Bakerloo Line in 1939, and then the Jubilee line in 1979. The station opened on 16 December 1934. The name Queensbury was adopted for the tube station to match neighbouring Kingsbury and has no historical basis.''Whats in a Name?'' Cyril M. Harris ISBN 1-85414-241-0 It had been selected by way of a newspaper competition.

The parade of shops and houses built along with the station form a large crescent with a public green space in the centre. The area was developed in the 1930s and the architecture reflects this. Until May 2008 a roundabout in front of the station featured a prominent 1930's style mast bearing the London Underground emblem. The pavements and public space were redeveloped at that time losing some of the 1930s character.

The tube station, and its local surroundings and characters were cited in the song "Queensbury Station" by the Berlin-based punk-jazz band The Magoo Brothers on their album "Beyond Believable", released in 1988. The song was written by Paul Bonin and Melanie Hickford, who both grew up and lived in the area.https://mgonline.gema.de/werke/detail.do?title=QUEENSBURY+STATION&dbkey=540612 GEMA database listing for Queensbury Station song, work no.: 2181020-001


Other places
Queensbury Circle Parade is a roundabout and shops located north west of Queensbury Station, along Honeypot Lane. Queensbury sub-post office is located here. Queensbury is a locality in northwest London, England. It is located in the south eastern part of the London Borough of Harrow and on the boundary with the London Borough of Brent.

Transport and locale

Nearby places
* Burnt Oak
* Colindale
* Edgware
* Kenton
* Kingsbury
* Stanmore
* The Hyde

Tube

Stations in the area are:

* Queensbury tube station (Jubilee Line)

Buses

London Buses serving Queensbury are:

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|-
| style="width:10%;"| '''Route'''
| style="width:30%;"| '''Start'''
| style="width:30%;"| '''End'''
| style="width:20%;"| '''Operator'''
|-
|London Buses route 79
|Alperton ''Sainsbury's''
|Edgware
|Metroline
|-
|London Buses route 114
|Mill Hill
|Ruislip
|London Sovereign
|-
|London Buses route 288
|Queensbury ''Morrisons''
|Broadfields Estate
|Arriva Shires & Essex
|-
|London Buses route 324
|Stanmore
|Brent Cross ''Tesco''
|London Sovereign
|-
|London Buses route 606
|Queensbury tube station
|The Totteridge Academy
|Metroline
|-
|London Buses route N98
|Stanmore
|Holborn
|Metroline
|-
|Uno buses route 614(A non TFL route)
|Hatfield, Hertfordshire
|Queensbury tube station
||Uno (bus company)
|-
|Uno buses route 644(A non TFL route)
|Hatfield, Hertfordshire
|Wembley Park
||Uno (bus company)
|} Queensbury is a locality in northwest London, England. It is located in the south eastern part of the London Borough of Harrow and on the boundary with the London Borough of Brent.

References

Category:Areas of London
Category:Districts of Harrow
Category:Districts of Brent