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DebdenDebden takes its name from a natural location of the area and is recorded as Deppendana in the Domesday Book. It is derived from the Old English deb, 'deep' and den, 'valley' - which means simply 'the deep valley'. It was recorded as Depeden in 1227.The station was opened by the Great Eastern Railway as CHIGWELL ROAD on 24 April 1865, and re-named CHIGWELL LANE on 1 December 1865.

It was again re-named as DEBDEN on 25 September 1949 when first used by Underground trains.




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