St. John's Wood station
|St. John's Wood station |
St John's Wood Station
St. John's Wood station entrance
|The location||St. John's Wood|
|Administrative section||City of Westminster|
|The number of the homes||2|
|Subway annual getting on and off number|
|2005||1 million 5.362|
|2007||1 million 6.651 |
|1939||The opening of business|
St. John's Wood station (British: St John's Wood station) is a station of London Underground in St. John's Wood. Our station is located in zonal 2 between Switzerland cottage Station and the Baker street ジュビリー line station.
When the function of the Stan more branch line of the Metropolitan Line was moved on November 20, 1939 by the Baker roux line, our station was installed in the basement tunnel built between Baker street Station and Finchley road Station. Because Baker roux line Stan more branch line became a part of the ジュビリー line in 1979, our station became the station of the ジュビリー line, too.
The station building is located at the intersection of acacia lord and Wellington road, and I was listed, and our station is Rose cricket ground, the nearest station of the Abie road studio related to the Beatles, and a souvenir of the Beatles is sold to a subway route map in 1938 and 1939 in the tentative names of an acacia road or the acacia at our station.
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