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Wood Green
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Wood Green

Wood Green was recorded as Wodegrene in 1502 and was once a separate hamlet on the edge of Enfield Chase. As the name suggests it means 'the wood by the green'.

Prior to the station's opening the name LORDSHIP LANE was proposed, but it was opened as WOOD GREEN on 19 September 1932.

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