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Pudding Mill Lane
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Pudding Mill Lane


Pudding Mill Lane. Very little is recorded of this place name, but we can presume that the meaning is similar to Pudding Lane in the City of London. It seems that butchers had their scalding houses here as early as the 12th century and it is suggested that 'puddings' was the nickname for butcher's offal. The Mill was once nearby.

The station was opened in February 1996.






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