Perivale tube station

Perivale Tube Station

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Description:
Perivale is a London Underground station in Perivale in north-west London.

History

The Great Western Railway opened "Perivale Halt" on 2 May 1904. The current London Underground station was opened on 30 June 1947.

The station today

The station is on the Central Line, between Hanger Lane and Greenford stations, in Travelcard Zone 4. The station is a Grade II listed building, which features 1940s architecture, fronts onto Horsenden Lane South. Outside the station is a dry cleaner and a newsagent's kiosk, which is closed on Sundays and Mondays.

Transport connections

The station connects with the local 297 bus route.

Local places of note

The Perivale Park industrial estate is nearby and many workers on the estate travel to and from work using the station.The station is also within walking distance of the Hoover Building and Tesco

TV appearances

The front of the station featured briefly in BBC TV show The Thick Of It.

The station also featured in the BBC TV show The Fast Show during a "Fat Sweaty Coppers" sketch, during which the two policemen give chase to a criminal, and after briefly getting stuck in the barriers, "commandeer" a vehicle which turns out to be a fast food van, which they simply open up to order food.

References



Gallery

<gallery>Image:Perivale station westbound.JPG|Looking westbound, with some refurbishment work ongoing, June 2008.Image:Perivale station eastbound.JPG|Looking eastbound,...
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