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The original Highgate Station, looking north, in 1890s

The original Highgate Station, looking north, in 1890s


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The original Highgate Station, looking north, in 1890s

Highgate's original overground station was constructed by the Edgware, Highgate and London Railway. Immediately before it opened in 1867 the line was purchased by the Great Northern Railway (GNR), It was built in a deep cutting with twin tunnels to the north and south of the new station. In the late 1930's London Transport planned to electrify this line, from Finsbury Park to Alexandra Park, and incorporate it into the Tube network. It was intended that Highgate would be the interchange station between the old GNR line and the new Northern Line extension line from Archway to High Barnet. The demands of the Second World War led to the abandonment of the electrification of the GNR line and it was closed in the 1960's

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