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Southgate


Southgate was so recorded in 1370 and was known as le Southgate in 1608. The hamlet here grew up at the south gate of Enfield Chase and is so named.

The name of CHASE SIDE was considered but the station was opened as SOUTHGATE on 13 March 1933.





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