Brighton Railway Station. 1841. Designed by David Mocatta. The façade (topped by the clock, which has recently been restored) was obscured by a canopy in an 1882-83 rebuild. The famous lacy ironwork, matched by the design of the street lights, all dates from this later period, as do the roofs of the engine sheds.

Photograph and text 2006 by Jaqueline Banerjee. [This image may be freely used without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose.]

Related Material


Meeks, Carol L. V. The Victorian Railroad Station: An Architectural History. New Haven: Yale UP, 1956.

Brighton. Kent Rail. Viewed 20 November 2006.

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