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Woodside Park


Woodside Park was recorded as Fyncheley Wode in 1468 and was part of the great Middlesex woodland area. It was named Woodside in 1686 - being at the side of the wood.

The station was opened as TORRINGTON PARK, WOODSIDE by the Great Northern Railway on 1 April 1872. It was re-named WOODSIDE PARK on 1 May 1882 and was first used by Underground trains on 14 April 1940.





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