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 Watford Junction station -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Watford Junction station is a (Terminal where trains load or unload passengers or goods) railway station in (additional info and facts about Watford) Watford, (A monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland) United Kingdom.
Major redevelopment work of the station and its surroundings is planned over the next 10 years.
A to divert the Metropolitan Line's Watford branch to Waford Junction via the disused Croxley Green branch may yet see the return of Tube trains, albeit formed of the Met's surface stock rather than the deep level stock of the Bakerloo Line. /encyclopedia/W/Wa/Watford_Junction_station.htm   (207 words)

 Blake Hall tube station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blake Hall tube station is a closed London Underground station in Essex, between North Weald and Ongar.
The station subsequently became known as the least used on the entire Underground (not surprisingly, as it was located a considerable distance from any settlement).
The station building still exists (it has since been converted into a private home), as does the now very rusty line passing it, but its platforms were demolished some years ago. /wiki/Blake_Hall_tube_station   (221 words)

 North Weald tube station -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
North Weald tube station is a closed (additional info and facts about London Underground) London Underground (A facility equipped with special equipment and personnel for a particular purpose) station in (A county in southeastern England on the North Sea and the Thames estuary) Essex.
During World War II, it was frequently used by airmen to and from the North Weald Aerodrome.
It was located between (additional info and facts about Epping tube station) Epping tube station and (additional info and facts about Blake Hall) Blake Hall on the (additional info and facts about Central Line) Central Line /encyclopedia/n/no/north_weald_tube_station.htm   (183 words)

 The Money Bag - IMPORTANT Message to BSA PR Dept.........
I forgot to mention the North Weald tube station link was closed about 5 years ago and only runs as far as Epping.
North Weald airfield is at the intersection of the M11 and M25 and yet all it will be used for is another boring housing estate.
Agree with you in Principle Web but landing 737's at North Weald on a regular basis would I believe be impractical unless the runway was strengthened and extended. /vb/printthread.php?t=30465&pp=40   (686 words)

 Epping to Ongar railway line and stations at Blake Hall and North Weald, The Eastern Counties Railway and Great Eastern Railway, Essex, England
North Weald Station was located two miles from Ongar and featured two platforms and a passing loop (long abandoned by 1980).
The remote station earned a small amount of notoriety during the red hot summer of 1976, when the Evening Standard reported that a tube driver, operating the train with the side door open, was attacked by a mad rabbit, which entered the cab at Blake Hall.
It station was also featured in a Sunday Observer colour supplement when an Aprils Fools story reported that the then poet laureate (John Betjeman) would take residence in the recently abandoned station building. /london/ongar.html   (825 words)

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The North London Line is a railway line through northern London.
The East London Line is a line of the London Underground, coloured orange on the Tube map. /encyclopedia/2012-Summer-Olympics   (4257 words)

 Amersham Underground Information - Maps, Hotels, Pubs, & Restaurants Near Amersham Tube
Amersham station is a London Underground station in Travelcard Zone D on the Metropolitan line.
Amersham Station is served also by Chiltern Railways, which runs trains from London Marylebone station through to Aylesbury.
The hotel is situated close to the M25 and M40 motorways and located at the end of the metropolitan tube line. /search.asp?station=Amersham   (341 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - The Station by Station Guide to the London Underground - Central Line
During World War Two, this station was the site of the Bethnal Green tube shelter disaster.
The stations on the Ealing Broadway branch are:
The station was originally to be named Newgate Street, but opened as Post Office in July 1900. /dna/ww2/A3660842   (858 words)

 Transport Plans for the London Area - North
By May 2001, the pedestrian level crossing at North Weald station was open and adorned with signposts warning people to beware of trains: stiles had been constructed to take people into and out of the grounds of the former station.
The train station would be refurbished at a cost of £0.75m, and the existing footbridge north of the roundabout would be demolished at a cost of £0.04m (forty thousand pounds!).
In March 2000, hopes for a station rose (although nothing was certain) as Pickett's Lock was chosen as the venue for the 2005 World Athletics Championships, and as Britain's possible candidate for the 2012 Olympics. /Athens/Acropolis/7069/tpftla_n.html   (7030 words) - 1962 tube stock
It sat at Ongar station for a couple of years until, thoroughly smashed up by vandals, it was removed (by road, inevitably) for scrap on 16-19 November 1998.
Unit 1750-2750-1751 was an add-on order of 1962 tube stock, for just one three-car unit; thus it was unique, as all other 1962-stock units were four cars long.
1992 tube stock, 93420, got comprehensively "re-styled" on the same buffer-stops more recently, and in fact was sent away to Derby for rebuilding with the actual ironwork thereof still embedded within the carriage! /rly/stock/1962tubeStock   (3452 words)

 BBC - London - Your London - Features - Abandoned Tube Stations
King William Street, situated north of London Bridge, was the first station to shut in 1900.
Such was the fate of many stations created by a gaggle of private companies who found their needs changed as the network grew.
There are now so many abandoned stations on the network that it's difficult, even for those in the know, to put an exact figure on them. /london/yourlondon/features/abandoned_tube.shtml   (1187 words)

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 EOR History - A Hosted Site
North Weald was built as an intermediate station providing the small village North Weald, about half a mile
Some special traffic was generated by air shows at North Weald; on these occasions, a special 15 minute service was operated from Loughton, although in later years a shuttle service ran between Epping and North Weald.
By 1953, the station was the busiest on the Epping-Ongar section, and at holiday times, a temporary 'booking office' was opened at the airfield for the issue of Forces Warrant tickets. /dates.html   (527 words)

 London's Abandoned Tube Stations
There are other stations on London Underground that have been abandoned but due to a lack of substantive remains or photographic evidence available, they are not featured on this website:
It was originally just a means of doing something constructive with a box of old tube photos re-discovered during a clean out.
They and many other books of historical interest are available from the bookshop at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, which should be the first port of call for anyone wanting further information about London's abandoned stations. /Tube   (318 words)

 Printer Friendly Format - This Is Local London
The company also closed the footpath at North Weald Station where developers have just built more houses right up to the station.
The company has destroyed the goods yard, it has stopped the use of electric trains by destroying the electric rail system, it has allowed a perfectly functional electric Tube train to be demolished by vandals at Ongar Station and foreign steam engines and carriages of the wrong gauge have been dumped in the Ongar sidings.
London Underground must be made to allow the other platform at Epping Station to be used again by the Ongar branch line, as it was until 1994. /misc/print.php?artid=125227   (243 words)

 Discounted hotel reservations around North Weald Bassett, Essex and throughout the UK
Comprehensive listing of hotels and places to stay around North Weald Bassett, Essex and the rest of Great Britain, all of which can be reserved on-line.
Below is a selection of hotels, guest houses, pubs, bed and breakfasts and other places to stay that are located around North Weald Bassett, Essex.
Set in 150 acres and located in the backdrop of the rolling hills of South Weald yet only minutes from Junction 28 of the M25 and a couple of miles from the busy town of Brentwood, you will be pampered with our trademark service as you unwind in the stress free ambience. /uk/essex/north_weald_bassett   (1450 words) Weald Road Guide Weald Road London, UB10, England, UK London Streets by Street London hotel and vacation experts
The nearest underground station to Weald Road is 'Uxbridge ' which is about 30 minutes to the North West.
Ickenham tube, Glebe Avenue, (51 mins to the North East)
Weald Road is located in the borough of Hillingdon /LondonStreets/weald_road_fa0.html   (87 words)

 The North Weald Airfield Museum
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Located on a former RAF station, its history is recorded in both world wars particularly in the defence of London. /Museums_and_Galleries/Museums/Museums.144699.html   (42 words)

 Cashing In On The Tube Strike (from This Is Local London)
Lawlors, in Station Approach, said the fare would be the same on a strike day, regardless of what time the journey was made.
The controller said that during the rush hour it would be unfair to expect his drivers to charge the usual rate for a job as it could take three times as long and the driver might miss out on other work.
An employee of Clarke's Minicabs defended the decision to hike up the prices, saying the extra traffic on the roads made their journeys twice as long although the roads were clear as Miss Dixon was being driven home. /archive/display.var.214816.0.cashing_in_on_the_tube_strike.php   (762 words)

 Mark Lane tube station -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Mark Lane tube station -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
The offices above the station were called 'Mark Lane Station Buildings,' and this can still be read above an entrance.
The station, sited in Seething Lane, is now a restaurant. /encyclopedia/m/ma/mark_lane_tube_station.htm   (52 words)

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 London Underground Disused Stations
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City Road tube station Nearby are Angel, Old Street and Moorgate.
Road (185) are both before we enter the City of to every station over six days, including DLR and and abandoned, making a station is the station serving both King's Cross and St. Pancras. /en/r/45387-LondonUndergroundDisusedStations.html   (1168 words)

 Printer Friendly Format - Wimbledon News
Donald Kerr, of Suffolk Road, North Harrow, became angrier by the day after work on the new toucan crossing outside North Harrow Tube station dragged on for more than a month.
A spokesman for the council said: "There has been some delay on the toucan crossing at North Harrow because the dotted stop lines were too close to the cars and unsafe.
However, North Harrow is not the only trouble-spot. /misc/print.php?artid=577099   (369 words)

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Blake Hall tube station Blake Hall tube station is a closed London Underground station in Essex.
It was on the Central Line, between North Weald and Ongar.
Gas station A gas station or gasoline station is a place that sells gasoline and diesel fuel. /connecticut/essex/essex-connecticut-gas-station.html   (757 words) Uxbridge Road (harrow Weald) Guide Uxbridge Road (harrow Weald) London, HA3, England, UK London Streets by Street London hotel and vacation experts
The nearest underground station to Uxbridge Road (harrow Weald) is 'Harrow & Wealdstone ' which is about 42 minutes to the South East.
Stanmore tube, London Road, (45 mins to the North East)
Canons Park tube, Whitechurch Lane, (54 mins to the South East) /LondonStreets/_uxbridge_road_(harrow_weald)_8a8.html   (161 words)

 Cambridge-North Weald
On bank holiday Mondays I believe that there is a direct bus from Harlow to North Weald Market, which is a short walk from the station.
Train to Harlow Town, walk to town centre, bus (hourly on Sundays) to Epping station.
Incidentally, re Thameslink, the problem with running trains from Kings Lynn to Brighton is limited capacity between Blackfriars and London Bridge. /pipermail/castiron-discuss/2005-May/008021.html   (221 words)

 Railways Online My Visit to Epping
When North Weald station was built, it was provided with 2 platforms which acted as a passing loop, however this was removed as it is not required if only 1 train uses the line!
The Epping - Ongar line, when built, had 4 stations (Epping, Blake Hall, North Weald & Ongar).
In platform 1 is a 1992 stock train waiting to operate the service to West Ruislip, this is the longest journey you can make on the tube without changing. /railwaysonline/features/eppingvisit.html   (271 words)

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