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Brighton Station (Brighton)

Brighton Station is the railway station serving the popular seaside town of Brighton in Sussex.

It was built in 1841 by David Mocatta, a pupil of Soane.

Trains from London leave from Victoria Station, and come by way of East Croydon, Redhill, Gatwick Airport and Haywards Heath.

The coastal line runs Westward to Worthing, Chichester, Havant and Portsmouth.

It runs Eastward to Lewes, Hastings, Rye and Ashford.

There was formerly a branch line that ran to Kemp Town.

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