Seaford Station :: Shared Description

Seaford Railway Station is the terminus of the Seaford Branch Line of the East Coastway Line. The station has been reduced to single track and only one platform remains in use (previously two). Train services from the station are provided by Southern.
The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway opened Seaford station on 1 June 1864. It was designed as a through station for a proposed extension to Eastbourne that was never built.
by N Chadwick
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TV4899 : Seaford Station by Stephen McKay
TV4899 : Seaford Station by N Chadwick
TV4899 : Seaford Station by Paul Gillett
TV4899 : Seaford Station Car Park by N Chadwick
TV4899 : Seaford Railway Station: late February 2016 by Basher Eyre
TV4899 : Train in Seaford Station by Paul Gillett
TV4899 : Seaford station platform by N Chadwick


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Created: Mon, 6 May 2013, Updated: Mon, 6 May 2013

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