Local opposition prevented the station from opening. Later Notchropolis Railways released a statement saying that it would not open the station due to its proximity to Olympic Stadium, CS Tower and Tower Defence stations and its estimated patronage would not meet the costs to keep the station up to standards.
The station was built with a single side platform, though physical evidence reveals that an island platform with an underground subway entrance was the intended and original design. The station would have only served the City Line and it would have been a minor station.
Today traces of the half-built station remain. The platform foundations and the starting box are still intact, but the station signage has eroded and is no longer legible.
|Como Pleasure Grounds|
The remains of the platform at Como Pleasure Grounds.
|Type of station||Aboveground|
|Number of Platforms||1|
|Platform arrangement||1 side (original plan for 1 island)|
|Stopping trains||Suburban all stations|
|North-South Line||all stations services to Olympic Stadium and Central||single platform serving two tracks|
|Preceding station||NotchRail||Following station|
|North-South Line||Olympic Stadium|