Dudding Hill railway station

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Dudding Hill
Dudding Hill station Geograph 1555363.jpg
Dudding Hill is located in Greater London
Dudding Hill
Dudding Hill
Location of Dudding Hill in Greater London
Local authorityLondon Borough of Brent
OwnerMidland Railway
Number of platforms2
Key dates
1875 (1875)Opened
1902 (1902)Closed
Replaced bynone
Other information
WGS8451°33′17″N 0°14′36″W / 51.554811°N 0.243266°W / 51.554811; -0.243266Coordinates: 51°33′17″N 0°14′36″W / 51.554811°N 0.243266°W / 51.554811; -0.243266
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Dudding Hill railway station was a station in Neasden, London NW2 on the Dudding Hill Line.

The station was opened in 1875 by the Midland Railway, originally as "Dudding Hill, for Willesden & Neasden".[1] It closed to passengers in 1902, despite providing access to the neighbouring new Gladstone Park, and goods services ceased in 1964. Although the platforms were demolished, the station building survived into the 1980s, when the land was used for housing (Cornmow Drive was built on the site).

The station on an 1873 Ordnance Survey map
Crossing the Dudding Hill Line in late Victorian times, near the eastern end of Dudding Hill station, and at the western end of Gladstone Park

The Dudding Hill Line offers a connection between the North London Line at Acton and the Midland Main Line at Brent Cross and Cricklewood. It is now only used for freight, but has recently been incorporated into the proposed North and West London Light Railway.


  1. ^ M.C. Barres-Baker. "Places in Brent – Neasden and Dudden Hill" (PDF). Brent London Borough Council. Retrieved 14 April 2014.

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Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Line and station closed
  Midland Railway
Dudding Hill Line
Line closed, station open