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Cambridge Heath (London) Rail Station ,
Cambridge Heath station,
Cambridge Heath Road,
Cambridge Heath (London) Rail Station is in London TravelZone: 2
|21st Nov 1960
|Services using electric trains started calling at the station.
|29th Aug 1960
|The station platforms were lengthened to allow for longer electric trains to call at the station.
|5th May 1919
|The station reopened following the end of WWI
|22nd May 1916
|During WWI the station was closed as a wartime economy measure from 22 May 1916.
|21st Apr 1894
|On 21st April 1894, with increasing traffic, the GER opened two additional tracks on the eastern side, which are known as the Fast Lines today, to allow longer distance trains to bypass the station. A new station entrance was also built.
|27th May 1872
|Cambridge Heath station was opened on 27 May 1872 by the Great Eastern Railway (GER) as part of a more direct route to Enfield Town which before opening was accessed via Angel Road station.