Bexhill Central Railway Station, Station Road, Bexhill, East Sussex
This railway station was built in 1901 for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. It was designed by Chief Engineer Charles Morgan in Queen Anne style. The first Bexhill station opened in 1846 on the London and Brighton Railway's line built by the Brighton, Lewes and Hastings Railway. The present station was built in response to the challenge of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway's new branch line to Bexhill which opened in 1902. It was also due to the growth of Bexhill as a seaside resort and its popularity with private schools.