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Canada WaterCanada Water is a new development in this area and it takes its name from the original Canada Docks which were built in 1876.

The station opened as CANADA WATER on 17 September 1999.


Canary Wharf was built in 1936 and the then owners of the wharf, Fruit Lines Limited, built a warehouse for their imports of fruits from the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean in 1937. hence the name.

The station opened as CANARY WHARF on 17 September 1999.

Canada Water

Canary Wharf before the massive docklands development.





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