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Ruislip


Ruislip was recorded as Rislepe in the Domesday Book and the name has one of London's most curious origins derived from Old English ryse, 'rush' and hlype, 'leap'. It seems to refer to a spot where the little River Pinn could once be crossed. It has had various spellings until recorded as Ruislip in 1527.

The station was opened as RUISLIP on 4 July 1904.





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