The Crystal Palace and South London Junction Railway was built by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway from Nunhead to Crystal Palace High Level to serve the Crystal Palace after the building was moved to the area that became known as Crystal Palace from its original site in Hyde Park. It opened 1865 and closed 1954.
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The line served the following stations:
- Honor Oak (closed)
- Lordship Lane (closed)
- Upper Sydenham (closed)
- Crystal Palace High Level (closed)