This is the entrance to Wembley Central, the 22nd station I have visited on the Bakerloo Line. It doesn't look much like a station from this photo but the front is currently being replaced. It lacks the character of the other stations I have seen and just looks part of the shopping complex which is probably what the designers wanted. Behind this small station front is a much larger station than you would think. It even has public toilets! British Rail, the Overground as well as the Bakerloo Line use this station.
The station is the white section at the bottom right of this coloured mixed block of shops and apartments.
Across the road from the station is a much older block of shops known as Central Parade. More interesting architecture but not sure how long this block will remain before it is also redeveloped.
Walking from Wembley Central station you soon see Wembley Stadium. In fact the arch has been visible since leaving the station. These are light poles in the foreground. I'm sure it looks wonderful in the evening when they are all lit up.
Opposite the stadium is the Designer Outlet so if you're not interested in football there are plenty of shopping opportunities here.
Further along the road is this art deco fire station.
Next to the fire station is this large modern police station
Although a modern building it has retained the old blue lamp, the Victorian symbol used outside police stations. They first appeared outside police stations in 1861.
Across the road from the police station is Barham Park. A large open space with formal gardens
Also in the park is this Georgian building used as a local library until 2011 and now housing 31 studios.
In another part of the garden their husbands were sitting on a couple of benches chatting away.