North Staffordshire Railway

North Staffordshire Railway

Rome's Empire

Rome's Empire

Railways of Sussex

Publication Date15th June 2023

Book FormatPaperback

pages96

Illustrations180

Height234

Width165

Exploring terrific, previously unpublished photographs documenting the history of railways in Sussex.
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ISBN
9781398114777

The first railway to penetrate Sussex was the Brighton Line of the LBSCR. From this beginning lines spread out along the coast. Over the succeeding years further lines spread out over the rest of the county, all built by the ‘Brighton’, which was by far the dominant railway company in the area and established a major works at Brighton. The company, however, didn’t have it all its own way. In the south-west corner the LSWR penetrated as far as Midhurst, and in the east the SECR had the fastest route to Hastings. Branching off this line at Robertsbridge was the Kent and East Sussex. There were also two of Colonel Stephens rather idiosyncratic railways in the county: The Rye & Camber Tramway, and The West Sussex Railway.


The story of the growth and development of the railways of Sussex, and in some cases their demise, is told here.

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