King's Picture Palace

12 Station Road,
West Croydon, CR0 2RB

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The Station Picture Hall was the first cinema to open in Croydon. It opened in May 1908 and the entrance was through a shop front.

By 1913 it had been re-named West Croydon Picture Hall, and by May 1914 it had been re-named Kings Picture Palace. It was closed in 1917.

It then returned back to retail use, in recent years as a trendy menswear store and underground dance music store known as The Edge@Wax, and in 2009 as Original Barbers, a mens hairdresser.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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