Theydon Bois tube station

Theydon Bois Tube Station

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Theydon Bois is a London Underground station in the Epping Forest district of Essex. It is served by the Central Line and is between Debden and Epping. For the purposes of fare charging it is in Zone 6.

Theydon Bois station is the least used station in Zone 6, and is also the least used station on the Epping Branch, which covers stations from Snaresbrook - Epping.


The station was opened as "Theydon" by the Great Eastern Railway on April 24, 1865. It was renamed "Theydon Bois" on December 1, 1865. Central Line trains first served the station on September 25, 1949. 'Milk trains' to Liverpool Street were a regular feature in the timetable until the underpass from Leyton to Stratford was built.

The station today

As of 5 February 2006, the station is one of the first on the network to operate without a staffed ticket office, though a member of Underground staff are sometimes present at the station.


<gallery>Image:Theydon Bois stn north.JPG|Looking north ('eastbound') towards EppingImage:Theydon Bois stn south.JPG|Looking south ('westbound') towards LondonImage:Theydon Bois stn roundel.JPG|Theydon Bois roundelImage:Theydon Bois stn high northbound public footbridge.JPG|Looking north from public footbridgeFile:Theydon Bois 1 Station 1927291 21b19277.jpg|Theydon Bois station in 2007File:Theydon Bois 2 Station 1927273 af25f8d3.jpg|Platform view northward in 2007</gallery>


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