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Edgware Road
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Edgware Road


Edgware Road was once part of the Roman road called Watling Street that ran from Dover through London to St Albans. During the 18th century the road became Edgware Road, being the direct route from Marble Arch to Edgware, which lies to the north west. Until the early 1900s it was often spelt Edgeware.

The Metropolitan Line station was opened as EDGWARE ROAD on 10 January 1863; the separate Bakerloo Line station was opened as EDGWARE ROAD on 15 June 1907.






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