Description: Seaford Railway Station
Date Listed: 26 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 292613
OS Grid Reference: TV4817099136
OS Grid Coordinates: 548170, 99136
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7729, 0.1000
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1/57 Seaford Railway
Railway station, terminus of the line from Lewes of the former London
Brighton and South Coast Railway. 1860. Painted stucco cement, slate roofs.
2 storey centre, single storey wings, Italianate style. Centre block has
2-3-2 windows. Ground floor has 3 bay centre with 2 arched headed sashes,
off centre arched door; wings have 2 ground and 2 first floor segmental
headed windows, repeated as 3 in centre 3 bays: all 4 pane plate glass
sashes. Canopy on brackets with balance to 3 centre bays. Modillion bracket
cornice, returned hipped gables, 2 stuccoed stalks. Single storey wings
with straight headed and segmental headed openings modillion cornice,
single tall stalk to both wings. Platform canopy of 9 bays with cast-iron
columns with simplified stiff - leaf style capitals branching into stanchions
with roundels in spandrels. Round headed windows. Included as an example
of an unaltered and still complete example of terminus station building
with its canopies.
Listing NGR: TV4817099136
Source: English Heritage
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