Main entrance, Brighton Railway Station
Photograph and text 2006 by Jaqueline Banerjee.
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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.