Watford High Street railway station is a railway station in Watford, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. It is served by the Watford DC Line on the London Overground network.
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... at the northeast corner of Green and Nora streets, and north of the town cemetery ... was used to build an addition to a structure on the northwest corner of King and Nora streets, which for many years housed the Hobart James Store ... became known as the Cape Girardeau Southwestern Railway ...
... The Croxley Rail Link to divert the Metropolitan Line's Watford branch to Watford Junction via the disused Croxley Green branch has been heavily supported and will see the ... There has also been plans, however, to re-extend the Bakerloo Line back to Watford Junction ... would result in another London Underground line servicing the station ...
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