Wanstead is an underground station London Underground in the urban district London Borough of Redbridge. It lies in the Travelcard Zone 4 at the Eastern Avenue (A12). In 2013, took 2.73 million passengers these of the Central Line station. Construction of the station began in the late 1930s, but had to be interrupted because of World War II. The already completed tunnel between Leytonstone and Newbury Park served during several years as an underground factory for airplane parts of the Plessey Group; a freight railway with a track width of 457 mm connected the individual departments together. After the war, we removed the fabrication plants and continued the construction of the subway line. The station, designed by Charles Holden entrance building was opened on 14 December 1947th