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Roding Valley
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Roding Valley

Roding Valley takes its name from the River Roding. The river, however, took its name from the villages called Reding (or Roothing), which in turn came from the settlement of the people known as the Hroda, and was corrupted to Roding in the course of time. It was recorded as duae Rotinges in the 11th century and as Rodon in 1576. The Valley as such is no more than a shallow dip at this point.

The station was opened by the London & North Eastern Railway as RODING VALLEY on 3 February 1936 and was first used by Underground trains on 21 November 1948.

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