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Cockfosters is distant an aboveground station London Underground in the urban district London Borough OF Enfield, few meters from the border to the urban district London Borough OF Barnet. It is in the Travelcard Tarifzone 5 because of the Cockfosters Road and is the northeast last stop of the Piccadilly LINE. In the year 2004 the station was used by 1.549 million passengers.

The station was opened on 31 July 1933. Like all stations in the northern part of the Piccadilly LINE also this by Charles Holden was sketched. Cockfosters for most courses of the Piccadilly is LINE last stop, but turn some already in Arnos Grove, in particular during the rush hour and in the evening. East the station is one of the two main workshops of the Piccadilly LINE with a storage plant.

By one the pedestrian tunnel of the station leads London Outer orbitally Path. It concerns a 240 kilometer long moving way, which leads approximately around Greater London.

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