London brighton railway
The London and Brighton Railway (L& BR) was a railway company in England which was incorporated in 1837 and survived until 1846. Its railway runs from a junction with the London& Croydon Railway (L& CR) at Norwood which gives it access from London Bridge, just south of the River Thames in central London.20 December 2018. Introduction. The UK's London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (known as the LB& SCR or Brighton Line) was formed on 27th July 1846 by the amalgamation of the London& Brighton Railway and the London& Croydon Railway. At its peak the railway formed a triangle with its base along the south coast from Portsmouth to Hastings and its apex in London. london brighton railway
It extended the London and Croydon Railway to Brighton. It later merged with that line to form the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. The line was joined by the South Eastern Railway at Redhill and was forced by government to sell a portion of its line (Redhill to Coulsdon) to that company.