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Palace Gates Line

Palace Gates Line Palace Gates Line
Inscription

The Palace Gates Line ran through this site from 1878 until 1964 linking Seven Sisters Station with Palace Gates Station in Wood Green.

The plaque is on the pavement between the pairs of 'railway lines'.

Site: Palace Gates Line (1 memorial)

N15, Between Langham Place and Downhills Park Road

Londonist have a video about this line with this memorial saved to the end - there's a mural as well.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Palace Gates Line

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Palace Gates Line

The line was constructed by the Great Eastern Railway with a temporary termin...

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