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Shepherd's Bush



Shepherd's Bush either takes its name from the shepherds who used this place as a meadow or more likely from a personal name of someone so called. It was recorded as Sheppards Bush Green in 1635.

The Central London Railway Shepherd's Bush Station was opened on 30 July 1900.



Shepherd's Bush

Shepherd's Bush soon after the arrival of the tube in 1900 and electric trams in 1901.





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