The Anonymous Widower

Palmers Green Station To Get A Double Upgrade

After visiting Alexandra Palace station and the Yard Cafe, I took a Hertford North train through Bowes Park and on to Palmers Green station.

The station needs refurbishment and it is getting step-free access and a branch of the Yard Cafe.

December 17, 2014 - Posted by | Food, Transport | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. […] after visiting Palmers Green, I got on a train, which took me to Harringay station, from where I walked down the hill to […]

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  2. Look forward to seeing the results. We had a mooted move to couple of stops further up the line which hasn’t come off yet, so we’re still mooching around de Beauvoir. Palmer’s Green is quite tempting too though, if a little more built-up. One day perhaps!

    Comment by R | December 17, 2014 | Reply

    • I have started to see so many good stations these days, after a refurbishment. And it’s not just big ones. It would appear that smaller architects and building companies have decide they’re projects to be proud of. One of the guys working on my house has done quite a bit of work for Network Rail and Transport for London. He says they look after Health and Safety and also make sure that if you do a quality high class job, you get paid appropriately for it. I do wonder if Crossrail is soaking up all the spare craftsmen in London.

      Comment by AnonW | December 18, 2014 | Reply


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