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Stepney Green

Stepney Green. Stepney was recorded as Stybbanhype c.1000 and as Stibenhede in the Domesday Book and the name is derived from the Saxon personal name Stebbing and Old English hyo, hith' or landing place'. It has had various spellings in the course of time until recorded as Stepney in 1534. The Green is now a street and was the home of John atte Grene.

The station was opened as STEPNEY GREEN on 23 June 1902.

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