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Alexandra Palace and the station were built at the same time, opening with Alexandra Park on 24 May The original entrance to the Palace was along a grand avenue to the north from where a wide stairway led up to the North Terrace and access into the Palace.
The station platform was built beneath the terrace and was parallel to the north-west side of the building. The booking office was at street level at the end of the Avenue alongside the steps up to the terrace.
Alexandra Palace station's fortunes were inextricably linked with those of the Palace itself, and it was closed on nine occasions due to insufficient demand.
The Great Northern, nevertheless, wanted to encourage residential traffic to the line, and when it reopened in March after one of its periods of disuse, the terminus was given the name of Alexandra Park, to emphasise the area rather than the Palace.
Unfortunately, the anticipated traffic failed to materialise, and it closed again in April the following year. The first period of closure began after the Palace was gutted by fire on 9 Junebut it soon reopened to take people to see the ruins and remained open until August When the station was opened it had two facing platforms with a third line serving the south of the up platform face and terminating part way along in; there was also a short siding parallel to this line.
Weather protection was provided by the north terrace which covered the central section of the platforms. There were station offices at the east end of the platform and adjacent stairs up to street level. The single-storey street level booking office was overshadowed by the huge bulk of the Palace towering above it.
It was a modestly sized, L-shaped single-storey building of buff-coloured brick with a slate roof. One gable end faced onto the Avenue, and a hipped section extended from this, concealing a pitched roof on the opposite side of the building.
At the rear, a footbridge spanned the platforms running beneath the terrace with steps down to each platform. To the south west of the station there was a signal box on the down side of the line. Unlike other boxes on the line which were built by the GNR, the box at Alexandra Palace was designed and built by an outside contractor and incorporated an ornate Italianate chimney in keeping with the architecture of the Palace.
The station never had goods facilities but, by the turn of the century, two parallel sidings had been laid on the north side of the station. These were used predominantly for the delivery of coal to heat the Palace.
Further sidings were laid on both sides of the line to the south-west of the signal box. By the first decade of the twentieth century the station was in poor condition and it was rebuilt with an island platform but part of one of the original timber platforms on the south side was retained.
Initially the North Terrace was also retained but its condition began to deteriorate and eventually it was removed, apart from a wide walkway across the platform from the top of the Palace entrance steps. At this time the platform was provided with a verandah supported by two lines of cast iron columns, its pitched profile having a relatively steep centre and shallower edges.
The valance was decorated with pierced serrations. There was a run-round loop on the up side but this was needed only when non push-and-pull units were used.
At other times it was used as a siding, if required for stock storage. As part of the planned electrification, lineside cabling was installed along both sides and a brick relay building for the colour light signals was erected alongside the signal box.
The final period of temporary closure was from 29 October to 7 January By the time the station finally closed permanently on 5 July the canopy had been reduced to half its original length and the sidings to the south-west of the signal box had been taken out of use and lifted.
It is not known exactly when the platforms were demolished, but it is assumed to have been in the late s as Southern Counties Car Auctions were operating from the site by the early s; the platform area was sold to them in the mid s.
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