Crystal Palace railway station

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Crystal Palace railway station is a Network Rail and London Overground station in the London Borough of Bromley in south London.wikipedia
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Crystal Palace, London

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It is located in the Anerley area between the town centres of Crystal Palace and Penge, 8 mi from.
Once the railways arrived, Crystal Palace was eventually served by two railway stations, the high level and low level stations, built to handle the large volume of passengers visiting the exhibition building.

West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway

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The station was opened on 10 June 1854 by the West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway (WEL&CPR) to take the crowds to the relocated Palace.
The West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway (WELCPR) was an early railway company in south London between Crystal Palace station and Wandsworth, which was opened in 1856.

Anerley

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It is located in the Anerley area between the town centres of Crystal Palace and Penge, 8 mi from.
The inability to include points on an atmospheric railway resulted in the construction of flyovers one of which runs through Anerley between Crystal Palace railway station and Sydenham railway station.

Sydenham, London

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It is one of two stations built to serve the site of the 1851 exhibition building, the Crystal Palace, when it was moved from Hyde Park to Sydenham Hill after 1851.
The station and the line were poorly used despite new houses being built in the area, as passengers preferred to use other stations near-by Sydenham Hill (opening in 1863), Crystal Palace (Lower Level) and Sydenham which were on more direct routes.

London Borough of Bromley

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Crystal Palace railway station is a Network Rail and London Overground station in the London Borough of Bromley in south London.

The Crystal Palace

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It is one of two stations built to serve the site of the 1851 exhibition building, the Crystal Palace, when it was moved from Hyde Park to Sydenham Hill after 1851.

Wandsworth Common railway station

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In 1856 the station was able to take through train services to Wandsworth via West Norwood and Streatham Hill, following the completion of the 746 yard (690 m) Crystal Palace Tunnel.
From the outset the line was worked by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR), and then only ran to and from Crystal Palace.

London, Brighton and South Coast Railway

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From the outset trains were operated by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LBSCR).
By the late 1880s the LB&SCR had developed the largest suburban network of any British railway, with 68 route miles in the suburbs in addition to its main lines, in three routes between London Bridge and Victoria: the South London Line, the outer South London Line and the Crystal Palace lines, and the LB&SCR was earning more from season tickets than any other British railway.

London Bridge station

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The station serves trains running between London Bridge and London Victoria in addition to services terminating at Beckenham Junction and Sutton.

London Victoria station

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The station serves trains running between London Bridge and London Victoria in addition to services terminating at Beckenham Junction and Sutton.
The line to Crystal Palace was electrified on 12 May 1911.

Streatham Hill railway station

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In 1856 the station was able to take through train services to Wandsworth via West Norwood and Streatham Hill, following the completion of the 746 yard (690 m) Crystal Palace Tunnel.

Sydenham railway station (London)

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Initially the station was the terminus of a spur line from Sydenham.

Balham station

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The line was electrified between Balham and Crystal Palace on 12 May 1911, using the LBSCR overhead system, in time for the Festival of Empire coinciding with the coronation of King George V.
The West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway opened a station named Balham Hill on 1 December 1856, at which time the line ran between Crystal Palace and Wandsworth Common.

Elfric Wells Chalmers Kearney

In 1905-08, Crystal Palace station was included in a proposal for an unusual new form of underground railway, the Kearney High-Speed Tube, devised by the Australian-born engineer Elfric Wells Chalmers Kearney.
Kearney founded the Kearney High-Speed Tube Railway Company Ltd, a venture which promoted the construction of a Kearney Tube system across London from Cricklewood and Strand to Crystal Palace.

West Norwood railway station

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In 1856 the station was able to take through train services to Wandsworth via West Norwood and Streatham Hill, following the completion of the 746 yard (690 m) Crystal Palace Tunnel.

Edgware Road Tube schemes

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In 1905-08, Crystal Palace station was included in a proposal for an unusual new form of underground railway, the Kearney High-Speed Tube, devised by the Australian-born engineer Elfric Wells Chalmers Kearney.

Night buses in London

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London Buses route 157, 227, 249, 358, 410, 432 and night route N3.

London Buses route 157

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London Buses route 157, 227, 249, 358, 410, 432 and night route N3.

Tramlink

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Transport for London were also proposing to extend Tramlink from Harrington Road through Anerley to the bus station on Crystal Palace Parade.
The proposed extension to Crystal Palace would have linked it to Harrington Road and Beckenham Junction, with services terminating at Crystal Palace Parade.

Network Rail

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Crystal Palace railway station is a Network Rail and London Overground station in the London Borough of Bromley in south London.

London Overground

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Crystal Palace railway station is a Network Rail and London Overground station in the London Borough of Bromley in south London.

London

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Crystal Palace railway station is a Network Rail and London Overground station in the London Borough of Bromley in south London.

Penge

It is located in the Anerley area between the town centres of Crystal Palace and Penge, 8 mi from.

Hyde Park, London

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It is one of two stations built to serve the site of the 1851 exhibition building, the Crystal Palace, when it was moved from Hyde Park to Sydenham Hill after 1851.