Brighton, looking north from the concourse, at mid-day on 14th June 2021. This station started out with a short line running west along the coast to Shoreham-by-Sea in 1840, which is now part of the much-extended South Coastway Line. The station was designed by London-born architect David Mocatta (1806-1882) and completed on 21st September 1841 with the final extension of the main line from London from a temporary terminus at Haywards Heath. The line to Lewes, including the magnificent London Road viaduct, was opened in 1846.

Location: Brighton

Original line: London and Brighton Railway

Photographer: David Bosher

Contact photographer: David Bosher

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Photosets: English stations, National and Heritage Lines (excluding London) 1979-2023  

Date: 14/06/2021

Image number: 77292

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