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Hatton Cross
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Hatton Cross

Hatton Cross was recorded as Hatone in 1230 and is derived from the Old English haep, 'heath' and tun, 'a farm' - and means 'the farm on the heath'. The cross may have some reference to an old boundary mark, but more convincingly a reference to the road junction.

The station was opened as HATTON CROSS on 19 July 1975.

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