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Stanmore


Stanmore was recorded Stanmere in the Domesday Book and is derived from the Old English stan, 'stony' and mere, a pool'. There are outcrops of gravel on the clay soil here and the mere may have been one of the ponds which still exist. Known as Stanmore the Great in 1574 - 'the Great' distinguished it from Whitchurch or Little Stanmore.

The station was opened as STANMORE on 10 December 1932.





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