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Redbridge
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Redbridge


Redbridge takes its name from the bridge over the River Roding on what is now the Eastern Avenue just outside Wanstead. The old red bridge, first recorded on a map in 1746, was probably a century older; it has been replaced by a more modern one but the original bridge has given a name to a whole new London borough.

Prior to the opening of the station two other names, ILFORD WEST and RED HOUSE, were considered, but it opened as REDBRIDGE on 14 December 1947.


Redbridge

Regent's Park station has never had a street level building. Ornate signs were erected at the heads of both sets of stairs from street to booking hall area.





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