Bushey Heath Tube Station

Bushey Heath tube station was an unbuilt London Underground station in Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire. The planned location of the station was at the junction of the A41 and A411 roads.

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Bushey Heath Tube Station - History
... The station was the last of three planned by London Underground in 1935 for an extension of the Northern Line from Edgware ... The proposed station was at first to be called Aldenham, and there was considerable debate before the various parties agreed on 'Bushey Heath' ... The previous station on the route would have been Elstree South to the east ...

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