Mitcham Eastfields

Rail station, existing between 2008 and now

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Mitcham Eastfields is a railway station which opened on 2 June 2008.


Eastfields is an area situated between Mitcham and Streatham. It is home to St Mark’s Academy and the area has two council estates, Laburnum and Eastfields Estate, 5 minutes away from each other.

Proposals for the station at Mitcham Eastfields had existed since the 1930s. Initially known as simply ’Eastfields’ during planning and construction, building started in October 2007.

Mitcham Eastfields cost £6 million to put into operation and it was the second station to be built to a modular design developed by Network Rail.


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Mitcham Eastfields

Mitcham Eastfields is a railway station which opened on 2 June 2008.

Eastfields is an area situated between Mitcham and Streatham. It is home to St Mark’s Academy and the area has two council estates, Laburnum and Eastfields Estate, 5 minutes away from each other.

Proposals for the station at Mitcham Eastfields had existed since the 1930s. Initially known as simply ’Eastfields’ during planning and construction, building started in October 2007.

Mitcham Eastfields cost £6 million to put into operation and it was the second station to be built to a modular design developed by Network Rail.
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