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South Ruislip


South Ruislip - see Ruislip.

The station was opened on 21 November 1948. The station on the adjacent main line was opened by the Great Western & Great Central Joint Committee as NORTHOLT JUNCTION on 1 May 1908. It was re-named SOUTH RUISLIP&NORTHOLT JUNCTION on 12 September 1932, and became SOUTH RUISLIP on 30 June 1947.





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