Kingsbury Tube Station London

Kingsbury tube station, which was opened on December 10, 1932, is sited in the North West side of  London where it is currently served by undergroumd trains only. Commuters find their way into this tube station from Kingsbury Road that leads them back and forth from the ticket hall. Aside from ticket halls other facilities on this station are toilets, gates, bridge, waiting room and pay phones. However, Kingsbury tube station hasn’t gained these facilities over night and all this came with the passage of time. First modernization that was done to this place took place in 1933 when Kingsbury tube station became a part of the London Underground Metropolitan Line. Later, in 1939, it was moved to Bakerloo Line and then finally in 1979, Kingsbury tube station got on Jubilee Line. Since then, it is serving the area of Kingsbury and its surroundings. Places to explore near Kingsbury Tube Station.

Instructions

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    Restaurants & Coffee Shops

    Commuters have a wide range of restaurants and coffee shops to choose from when they get off at Kingsbury tube station. Vegetarians are also in luck because there are several well known vegetarian restaurants along with other bistros and coffee venues located close by.

    Restaurants:

    Nando's Kingsbury, Jays, The Clay Oven Lounge, Rose Vegetarian Restaurant & Subway London

    Coffee Shops:

    Only Eggless, Norm's Cafe, Honeypot Cafe & Hay Lane Cafe

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    Clubs & Bars

    Night life in Kingsbury is very relaxed and people looking to go out dancing may be disappointed because nightclubs are few and far between. However, there are many bars and pubs close to the tube station which feature great drink and food for customers.

    Bars:

    The Clay Oven Lounge, J J Moons, The Regency Club, The Green Man & Blue Ginger Bar

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    Hotels & Accommodation

    The Kingsbury area has several large parks and gardens, leaving little room for other buildings and attractions. That is why it is not easy to find a large selection of hotels and accommodation spaces close to the station. If you still want to stay in the area, you can find smaller businesses that can offer you their services.

    Hotels:

    Kingsland Hotel & The Brent Hotel

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    Sights and Attractions

    The Kingsbury neighbourhood is known for its massive parks and open spaces. These are a major attraction for visitors and residents looking to relax and take in some fresh air.

    Roe Green Park, Fryent Country Park, Kingsbury Sports Ground & Queensbury Park

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    Educational Institutes

    Since the vicinity of the tube station is not a very dense residential area, schools and colleges are hard to find. There are some schools nearby that can cater to younger students but no universities can be found in a one mile radius of the station.

    College:

    Tasmac

    School:

    Michael Sobell Sinai School, Claremont High School, JFS & Kingsbury High School

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    Gift & Bookshops

    Due to lesser inhabitants, the number of book and gift shops close to Kingsbury tube station is also low.

    Gift Shops:

    Balika

    Book Shops:

    Sri Sathaya Sai Books & Book Collector


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    Health & Beauty Services

    The beauty industry has not made its presence felt in the Kingsbury area because of a lack of clients. However, health oriented businesses like gyms and fitness centres have boomed in the area because many health conscious residents have settled in the area.

    Gym:

    Fitness First & Ford Fitness

    Spa:

    Ayuspa - Healing Hands Healthcare

    Salon:

    NW9 Hair & Beauty & Nila's Hair & Beauty

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    Emergency Services

    The government usually provides emergency services based on the number of citizens living in an area. Highly populated areas get more police and fire stations, while sparsely populated sections do not. Kingsbury has few residents and suffers from lack emergency services.

    Police Station:

    Kingsbury Police Station

    Ambulance Service:

    Patient Transport

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    Hospitals & clinics

    Since not much population is living in the region of Kingsbury tube station therefore private medical clinics are more than enough to cater to the patients of this locality.

    Clinics:

    The Fryent Way Surgery, Kingsbury Dental Practice, Cowan Dr D J J, Kenton Dental & Sobti Dr U K

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    Childcare Centres

    Parents of young children can drop their kids off at childcare centre near Kingsbury tube station during the working week. The choices are slim though, and there is only one child care centre that is within a one mile radius of Kingsbury tube station.

    Roe Green Day Nursery

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