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Goldhawk Road
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Goldhawk RoadGoldhawk Road was Gould Hawk Lane in 1813 and maybe the road should be associated with a family named Goldhawk(e) of the 15th century, for the name is frequently mentioned in 'Court Rolls' of this time. There was also a Goldhauek living in nearby Chiswick as early as 1222.

The station was opened as GOLDHAWK ROAD on 1 April 1914.

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