District Railway (DR, now the District Line) services commenced on 1 July 1879, when the DR opened a branch from Turnham Green on its Richmond line.
The DR built its own three-platform station to the north of the GWR one, although, following the installation of a connection between the two railways to the east of the stations, DR trains also served the GWR station from 1 March 1883, on a short-lived service running to Windsor and Eton Central station, which was withdrawn as unremunerative on 30 September 1885.
The station and the main line trains serving it are currently operated by Great Western Railway.
From late 2017 Transport for London will take over the running of the station.
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On the London Underground, Ealing Broadway is one of three western termini of the District line, preceded by Ealing Common, and it is one of two western termini of the Central line, preceded by West Acton. The Great Western Railway (GWR) opened its pioneering broad gauge tracks through Ealing Broadway between Paddington and Taplow on 6 April 1838, although Ealing Broadway station did not open until the following 1 December.
As the only station in the area when it opened, it was initially named 'Ealing'.