Loughton Station seen above in c1910.

This was the second station built in 1865 after the first one was sited near Lopping Hall.

A new station was opened in April 1940 in readiness for London Underground trains, which took over the service from British Railways (Eastern Region) in November 1948.

Epping Forest Guardian: How the station looks today.How the station looks today. (Image: Gary Stone)

The station is of architectural importance and is a Grade II listed building.

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