Brightoniana: London Brighton & South Coast Railway stone

I don’t really know what this is, but I snapped it. It’s a stone in the central reservation of the barrier at the west end of the railway bridge at the junction where New England and Old Shoreham Roads meet. I guess, technically, that it’s on New England Road.

It obviously has a railway connection. LB&SCR (London, Brighton and South Coast Railway) is our clue there. But otherwise, I’m not sure at all what it means.

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  2. quedula says:

    Interesting. I’m sure you are right about the LBSCR. But what about the HL? Hove LIne?

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