On the northwest side of London, there is a beautiful town named Harrow. It is 16.9 km away of Charing Cross in the northwest side. It got included with Greater London in 1965. Harrow consists of buildings constructed in Georgian architecture.
Post Towns HA1, HA2, HA3
People can enjoy two means of transportation which are rails and buses. For the bus travel, Harrow Bus Station serves the people. For the train travel, there are many national railways, London overground and underground railways serving people. These are South, west and north Harrow Metropolitan line, Harrow on the Hill Metropolitan line, Headstone Lane and Harrow and Wealdstone Bakerloo line.
Following are the places which never fail to attract the visitors:
Harrow Museum & Heritage Centre, is a museum which contains heritage archive, conducts live concerts and also hosts regular talk sessions. Then comes, Bushey Museum and Art Gallery which has a tremendous collection of artefacts, artworks, and maps. And last but not the least, Royal Air Force Museum, which is a perfect place to visit for an air force lover as this place has an extensive collection of early aircraft as well as modern day jets and military aircraft.
Fun Fact: A short railway line called the Stanmore branch line used to run from Harrow & Wealdstone to Stanmore Village, but this line was closed in 1964.