Brighton Station

Aerial view 1991

Photo:Aerial view, Brighton station, July 1991

Aerial view, Brighton station, July 1991

Picture contributed on 11-05-04 by Ian McKenzie, from private collection

Photo:Aerial view, Brighton station, July 1991

Aerial view, Brighton station, July 1991

Picture contributed on 11-05-04 by Ian McKenzie, from private collection

This page was added on 22/03/2006.
Comments about this page
I seem to remember that the locomotive works were where that enormous car park is now. My father - a watchmaker by trade - was unfit for military service and so was directed into the essential war industry deemed closest to his experience and helped to build steam locomotives at Brighton works in the closing years of the war. Hmmm ...
By Arthur Loosley (26/01/2005)

The second picture of the aerial view of Brighton Station is fantastic, not only do you see the line go across London Road Viaduct and the line going to the West Coastway, you can see Lover's Walk Depot and how long the Station is. A great view.

By Connor Urry (28/10/2007)
Actually the London Road Viaduct is out of view and Lovers Walk is well out of view, both are further to the right!
By Peter Groves (13/07/2009)

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