SideTracked - Shoreham-by-Sea
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Part of the SideTracked series for those who enjoy trains. It should be an easy cache and dash on your journey.
This is a regular micro, please bring your own pen. It can be busy in the area, be careful of muggles. Parking can be found nearby, but a SideTracked cache is more enjoyable by train [:)].
The original Shoreham station was a terminus built by the London and Brighton Railway and was opened on 11 May 1840, and as such was one of the earliest stations in southern England. This building was demolished in 1845 when the Brighton and Chichester Railway opened its line to Worthing railway station. Both railways merged with others in July 1846 to become the London Brighton and South Coast Railway.
Shoreham-by-Sea railway station serves the town of Shoreham-by-Sea in the county of West Sussex, and also serves the nearby Shoreham Airport. The station and the majority of trains serving it are operated by Southern. The other operator is First Great Western.
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