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Croxley is an aboveground station London Underground. It is served by the metropolitan LINE, lies in the Travelcard Tarifzone A and is one of 14 stations outside from Greater London. It is at the crossing of wading Fords Road and Winston drive in the locality Croxley, in the district Three Rivers of the county Hertfordshire. In the year 2004 the station was used by 0.597 million passengers.

The opening of the station took place on 2 November 1925 as Croxley Green via the "metropolitan Railway" (MetR; name at that time the metropolitan LINE). The distance between moorland park and wading Ford was first the MetR, which was from the outset electrified. On the same day a short connecting distance was also opened toward Rickmansworth. To 23. March 1949 received the station to its current names and on 3 January 1960 ended the regular enterprise on the connecting distance after Rickmansworth. This becomes however since that 11. May 1987 in each case on the early morning again of some courses drive on.

Plans exist to close the distance section between Croxley and the last stop. Instead a connection is to develop to a railway line shut down since 1996 by means of a viaduct which can be built again. This leads after wading Ford Junction, the most important station of the neighbour city wading Ford. Start-up is intended for the year 2010.

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