Harrow-on-the-Hill to Kew Bridge - travel options by train and buses

Starting at: Harrow-on-the-Hill

• Take the Metropolitan line to Northwick Park
• Change at Northwick Park Underground Station
• Take the Walk to Kenton Station
• Change at Kenton Rail Station
• Take the London Overground to Willesden Junction Rail Station
• Change at Willesden Junction Rail Station
• Take the London Overground to Gunnersbury Rail Station
• Change at Gunnersbury Rail Station
• Take the 391 bus to Kew Bridge
• Change at Kew Bridge

Arrive at: Kew Bridge

Journey time between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Kew Bridge averages at 58 minutes


Travel Disruptions

Until 03:00 Tuesday 31 March, the surface station car park at Harrow-on-the-Hill will be closed.

From Monday, 30 March a greatly reduced service will operate on all London Overground lines. Train frequency will be halved to most destinations. In addition, there will be no service between Surrey Quays and New Cross, customers should instead use nearby New Cross Gate. Public Transport should only be used for essential journeys.



Stations passed through from Harrow-on-the-Hill

  • Northwick Park

Local disruptions

Until 03:00 Tuesday 31 March, the surface station car park at Harrow-on-the-Hill will be closed.

KEW BRIDGE STATION: From 0800 Thursday 12 December until 1700 Saturday 15 August, bus stop X outside Kew Bridge Station will be closed due to Cycle Highway construction works. For Routes 237 267 391 and N9 towards Shepherds Bush and Hammersmith, please use the next stop at Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre. Buses may be subject to delays at times due to reduced carriageway width.


Ticket price information

Fares between two stations may vary depending on the direction of travel, time of day and day of the week.

We charge higher fares at the busiest times of the day (usually between 06:30 and 09:30, and between 16:00 and 19:00, Monday to Friday).

When you pay as you go, you must touch your contactless or Oyster card on a yellow reader at the start and end of your journey.

Some journeys are charged via Zone 1 regardless of the route taken.

If your journey avoids Zone 1 and you see a pink card reader when changing trains, touch your contactless or Oyster card on it to pay the right fare.


Return journey: Kew Bridge to Harrow-on-the-Hill


Note, the results are provided by TfL Open Data, but you should check before travelling in case of disruptions.

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