EPW006283 ENGLAND (1921).  Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, 1921


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    Title [EPW006283] Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, 1921
    Reference EPW006283
    Date 23 May 1921
    Place name MUSWELL HILL
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 529559,  190237
    Longitude / Latitude -0.12932774695888,  51.595587826363
    National Grid Reference TQ296902
    Image size (px)
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     St Saviours Church, Alexandra Park Road. Demolished early 1990s. Now with houses built.

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    AMS
    Thursday 8th of November 2018 10:07:34 PM
     Alexandra Park Road

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    RField
    Sunday 15th of June 2014 10:10:51 AM
     Talbot Road

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    RField
    Sunday 15th of June 2014 10:09:50 AM
     The platform of Alexandra Palace railway station

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    Robin
    Sunday 5th of January 2014 03:20:15 AM
     This looks like the dome of St Joseph's Church on Dartmouth Park Hill / Highgate Hill.

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    Robin
    Sunday 5th of January 2014 03:17:39 AM
     Crouch End Broadway?

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    Robin
    Sunday 5th of January 2014 03:12:24 AM
     Is this Shepherd's Hill?

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    Robin
    Sunday 5th of January 2014 03:10:37 AM
     The railway station entrance

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    Robin
    Sunday 5th of January 2014 03:07:58 AM
    Station opened 1873 by the Muswell Hill and Palace Railway. Closed 1954. The station building is the only remaining part of the railway, all else being demolished. A history of the station and line , with photos before and after closure, can be found at http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/a/alexandra_palace/index.shtml.

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    John W
    Tuesday 21st of February 2017 11:59:18 AM
     Alexandra Palace

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    Alan McFaden
    Monday 1st of July 2013 04:21:20 PM