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A Quick Overview of Grange Hill
Grange Hill is a London Underground station on the Central line which lies in Chigwell in the London Borough of Redbridge immediately to the east of the boundary with Epping Forest district of Essex. The station is between Hainault tube station and Chigwell tube station. The station has been in Travelcard Zone 4 since 2 January 2007.
The station was opened by the Great Eastern Railway on 1 May 1903 on their Fairlop Loop line between Woodford and Ilford.