Oldest London Underground Stations

Can you name the 10 oldest London Underground stations by when they were opened?
Full name (inc. Streets and Roads) is required, though alternative spellings are allowed.
If a station was opened under a different name, that is the name listed with its current name in brackets. Both are valid answers.
Quiz by Stewart
Last updated: January 19, 2018
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Date Opened
Underground Station (Current Name)
10 January 1863
Baker Street
10 January 1863
Gower Street (Euston Square)
10 January 1863
Portland Road (Great Portland Street)
10 January 1863
10 January 1863
King's Cross (King's Cross St. Pancras)
10 January 1863
Farringdon Street (Farringdon)
1 October 1863
Edgware Road
13 June 1864
Notting Hill (Ladbroke Grove)
13 June 1864
Shepherd's Bush (Shepherd's Bush Market)
13 June 1864
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Dec 23, 2023
ladbroke grove does not come up as a correct answer
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Dec 23, 2023
Thanks, this is now fixed. I had the typein set wrong for almost 6 years! (It was errorneously Ladsbroke Grove)