Highgate Road railway stations
Coordinates: Highgate Road railway stations were two stations of the Tottenham & Hampstead Junction Railway lying virtually side by side in the north of Kentish Town in North London on separate lines which joined east of the stations.
High level station
Low level station
The Low Level station opened in 1900 and closed in 1918. It was on a line which left the Gospel Oak to Barking Line somewhat east of the High Level station at Junction Road Junction from which road the slightly later Junction Road station took its name. Links from it led to the up Midland Main Line and to the North London Line heading east. Part of the route of the NLL link was later lowered for a connection to be made to the down MLL.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Gospel Oak||Tottenham & Hampstead Junction Railway||Junction Road|
|Kentish Town||Tottenham & Hampstead Junction Railway||Junction road|
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