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Epping was recorded as Eppinges in the Domesday Book from the people known as the Yippinga, derived from the Old English yppe, 'a raised place' and the ing word ending (literally 'the people who lived here') and means The people who live on the uplands', referring also to a look-out post they had here. It was recorded as Upping in 1227, then Epping.

The station was opened as EPPING by the Great Eastern Railway on 24 April 1865 and first used by Underground trains on 25 September 1949. Since 30 September 1994 Epping has been the eastern terminus of the Central Line, the Ongar branch having closed on that date.

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