Uxbridge

UXBRIDGE

There has been a station at Uxbridge since the late 1880s, but the current station (four platforms, two for each of the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines) was built in the 1930s when the Piccadilly line took over what had been the Uxbridge branch of the District. This station is one of the most iconic designs of Charles Holden, the greatest name in London Underground architecture. 

There is a cricket ground in Uxbridge which Middlesex sometimes play first class games at, and Uxbridge is also home to Brunel University, named in honour of one of the greats of railway history. 

Here are some pictures of Uxbridge station: