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Hendon Central
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Hendon Central

Hendon Central. Hendon was recorded as Hendun c.959 and as Handone in the Domesday Book. The name is derived from the Old English haeh, 'high' and dun, 'down or hill' - and means 'At the high hill', referring to the old village of Hendon clustered round the church of St Mary, atop a high hill.

The station opened as HENDON CENTRAL on 19 November 1923.

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