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Tottenham Hale


Tottenham Hale. Tottenham was recorded as Toteham in the Domesday Book and the name is derived from the personal name of the Saxon Totta and Old English ham, 'a homestead' - the home of Totta' and his family who once lived on a site here. Hale is derived from the Old English healh, a corner of land'. It was recorded as le Hale in 1502 and was the home of Richard atte Hale in 1274.

The station was opened as TOTTENHAM HALE on 1 September 1968.




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