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Zone 4 Tube station on the Hainault Loop of the Central Line.

It has two entrances; the main one (pictured) is on Station Way, and the smaller back entrance is on Station Approach off Cherry Tree Rise. As of September 2008, it's possible to use the footbridge over the lines to pass between Station Way and Station Approach without encountering ticket barriers (and, Kake thinks, without entering the parts of the station where a ticket is required, though I only scrutinised the sign on the Station Approach side).

Roding Valley is the least-used station on the entire Tube network; the TfL entry and exit figures put its annual usage for 2012 at only 220,000 entries/exits (as comparison, King's Cross St Pancras, Oxford Circus, Victoria, and Waterloo each had over 80 million entries and exits in the same year).

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