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Ickenham

Ickenham was recorded as Ticheha in the Domesday Book and is derived from the personal name of the Saxon Ticea (or lca) and Old English ham, 'a home' - and means 'the home of Ica' and his family that once lived on a site here. Recorded as Ikenham in 1236.

The station was opened as ICKENHAM HALT 25 September 1905.




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