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Mudchute
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Mudchute


Mudchute. The Mudchute is the adjacent hill of mud dredged from the Millwall dock over the years - hence this rather unusual name.

The station was opened on 31 August 1987 and re-sited for the Lewisham extension which opened on 20 November 1999.





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