London Road (Brighton) Railway Station is in Brighton, East Sussex, England. Train services from the station are provided by Southern, and the station is on the East Coastway Line.
London Road station was designed by David Marcotta (the designer of Brighton Station) and opened on 1 October 1877, following housing development in the surrounding area. It was originally to be called Ditchling Rise, a more accurate name as London Road is a little way away. Until the branch closed in the 1971, trains to Kemptown diverged from the Brighton – Lewes line here.
The Lewes-side platform building was demolished in the early 1980s. The station had a substantial refurbishment at the end of 2004 with some add on parts to the original building demolished. The station has also been home to the Brighton Model Railway Club since 1971.
The typical off-peak service is:
The station ticket office is open from 0645 to 1330 hours, Mondays to Saturdays. There are also self-service ticket machines on each platform, accepting cash and credit/debit cards.
Westward view of the platforms. The footbridge is primarily a public right of way; the station has its own subway for passenger use (the dark-roofed lean-to on Platform 1 is its entrance)
View of the platform side of the main (Platform 1) station building, showing EMU 377415 leaving on the 1058 Seaford-Brighton service. The arched roofs of Brighton station can be seen in the top left corner
A Class 377 EMU entering Ditchling Road tunnel, at the eastern end of the station, with the 1120 Brighton-Lewes service on 3 March 2007
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Coordinates: 50°50′12″N 0°08′11″W / 50.83667°N 0.13639°W