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Brookmans Park transmitting station

The original antenna configuration for the station was two T-antennas hung from four x 200 ft towers, one T-antenna to the north of the station and the other to the south of the station.

Potters Bar

Potters Bar railway station is the highest on the line between London's King's Cross railway station and York. The First Capital Connect route serving Potters Bar links the town to various North London suburbs in the southbound direction before terminating at either King's Cross or Moorgate station. Northbound, the railway connects Potters Bar to Peterborough, Cambridge and Letchworth Garden City as well as towns en route to these destinations such as Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage.[15]

Potters Bar rail accidents

A circular memorial plate was erected on platform 3 of the station, dedicated to the 7 fatalities of the Potters Bar crash.

Crouch End railway station

The line continued to be used for goods into the 1960s and by London Underground for train stock movements until 6 October 1970 when it was completely closed. Today the track has been removed and the majority of platforms and station buildings have been demolished. The track bed between Muswell Hill and Finsbury Park is now a Parkland Walk.

Alexandra Palace television station

The transmitter is owned and maintained by Arqiva.

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