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ChigwellChigwell was recorded as Cingheuuella in the Domesday Book and may be is associated with a Saxon named Cicea. But the name is probably derived from Old English ceaege, 'gorse' and weg, 'well' - 'the well within the shingle'. The name has changed in the course of time to Chigwell.

The station was opened as CHIGWELL by the Great Eastern Railway on 1 May 1903 and first used by Underground trains on 21 November 1948.




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