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Parsons Green



Parsons Green. As the name suggests, this was the hamlet which grew up round the parsonage house of Fulham, being recorded as Personesgrene in 1391.

The Green is now a small tri¬angular piece of land on the edge of which stands the parish church.

The station was opened as PARSONS GREEN on 1 March 1880.

Parsons Green

Piccadilly Circus in the 19th century looking up Regent Street.






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