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Chiswick ParkChiswick Park. Recorded as Ceswican с. 1000, Chiswick has had various spellings throughout time, and is thought to derive from the Old English cese, 'cheese' and wic, 'farm'. Although there are parks nearby the station, they are not connected with the original park.

The station was opened as ACTON GREEN on 1 July 1879; re¬named CHISWICK PARK & ACTON GREEN in March 1887; and CHISWICK PARK on 1 March 1910.

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