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Morden

Morden was recorded as Mordone in the Domesday Book and the name is derived from Old English mor, ' a marsh' and dun, ' a hill' - it means 'marshy hill' but the interpretation ' hill in the fens' seems more correct. Morden occupies a hill overlooking lower ground.

Before the station opened, the name NORTH MORDEN was proposed, but it opened as MORDEN on 13 September 1926.




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