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* '''Northern Line''' (black) has two branches one terminating at Edgware and the other at High Barnet with a sub-branch line to Mill Hill East.  
 
* '''Northern Line''' (black) has two branches one terminating at Edgware and the other at High Barnet with a sub-branch line to Mill Hill East.  
  
* '''Piccadilly Line''' (dark blue) terminates at Cockfosters, and also crosses the south part of Wembley and Harrow.
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* '''Piccadilly Line''' (dark blue) terminates at Cockfosters.
  
 
* '''Victoria Line''' (light blue) runs through Tottenham terminating at Walthamstow.   
 
* '''Victoria Line''' (light blue) runs through Tottenham terminating at Walthamstow.   
  
 
===By train===
 
===By train===
*From Marylebone to Wembley and Harrow.
 
  
 
*From Euston (part of the overground network, orange) through Wembley, along the same route as the Bakerloo line, to Harrow then continuing to [[Watford]].
 
*From Euston (part of the overground network, orange) through Wembley, along the same route as the Bakerloo line, to Harrow then continuing to [[Watford]].
 
*From St Pancras to Hendon and Mill Hill.
 
  
 
*From Kings Cross to Barnet and Enfield.
 
*From Kings Cross to Barnet and Enfield.
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===Wembley===
 
===Wembley===
 
* <see name="Wembley Stadium" alt="" address="Stadium Way" directions="" phone="+44 20 8795 9000" email="" fax="" url="http://www.wembleystadium.com/" hours="" price="">The large arch, the answer to the old stadium's twin towers, is an impressive structure and is often lit up to celebrate special occasions (such as London winning the 2012 Olympic Games bid).</see>
 
* <see name="Wembley Stadium" alt="" address="Stadium Way" directions="" phone="+44 20 8795 9000" email="" fax="" url="http://www.wembleystadium.com/" hours="" price="">The large arch, the answer to the old stadium's twin towers, is an impressive structure and is often lit up to celebrate special occasions (such as London winning the 2012 Olympic Games bid).</see>
 
===Neasden===
 
* <see name="BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir" alt="" address="105-119 Brentfield Road, Neasden, NW16 8LD" directions="" phone="+44 20 8965 2651" email="" fax="" url="http://www.londonmandir.baps.org/" hours="9AM-6PM" price="">Opened in 1995, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is the biggest Hindu temple in Europe, and a prominent landmark. Open to people of all faiths, it is a must-see for those interested in Hindu culture.</see>
 
  
 
===Tottenham===
 
===Tottenham===

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