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Dagenham East



Dagenham East. The name Dagenham was originally recorded as Daccanhamm in 692 and is derived from the personal name of the Saxon Daecca and the Old English ham, 'a homestead' and means 'the home of Decca' and his family that once lived on a site here. It was recorded as Dakenham in 1254.

The station was opened as DAGENHAM by the London, Tilbury & Southend Railway on 1 May 1885, and was first used by Underground trains on 2 June 1902. It was re-named DAGENHAM EAST on 1 May 1949.



Dagenham East

The shopping centre at Dagenham as it appeared in the early 1930s





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