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Watford was recorded in 944 and the name is derived from the Old English waed, 'place for wading' or wad, 'hunting' - and means 'ford which is used by hunters', from a once nearby natural feature.

The station was opened as WATFORD on 2 November 1925.


The centre of Watford in the early 1930s.

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