Brighton Railway Station

Brighton Railway station, or more correctly the roofs that cover the platforms. The building at the front of the station is also part of it, but this photo is looking out to where the trains run. It’s the end of the line because Brighton is a seaside town looking out over the English Channel.

Wikipedia says “the station has an impressive large double-spanned curved glass and iron roof covering all of the platforms, which was substantially renovated in 1999 and 2000.”


  1. Joan E. Miller says:

    Stunning! Makes travel more enjoyable.


    1. When we arrived in Brighton, my eye took in the sweep and bend of the station roof, and I admired it.


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