Harrow & Wealdstone station NEWS

£3.7million refurbishment starts 23 April. Significant timetable disruption over Easter bank holiday weekend

Work at H&W station


Harrow & Wealdstone station is set to get a much-needed spruce up as work gets underway to refurbish the passenger footbridge. Work is due to start on 23 April and will last until December.

The bridge will be repainted and windows replaced. Work will also be carried out to the station’s lifts, which will remain operational throughout. Space for passengers using the bridge will be reduced during the refurbishment.

Harrow Council’s Deputy Leader, Cllr Keith Ferry, said, “We’ve lobbied for many years for some improvements to Harrow and Wealdstone Station – it is, after all, one of our most-used and most important transport hubs. So I’m pleased that Network Rail are taking action. Things are looking up in Wealdstone, and I look forward to seeing a station we can be proud of once again - shiny, pristine and sparkling.”

Easter timetable disruption

Major works affecting train journeys to and from Euston over the Easter bank holiday weekend will see all Virgin trains start and terminate at Harrow and Wealdstone on Friday 19 April and Monday 22 April. Customers are being advised to complete their journey using the Bakerloo line, which will run with additional trains.

There will also be widespread disruption to London North Western and TfL Overground services. For a full description of the service changes over all four days see the National Rail website.