SideTracked - London Road Brighton
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London Road (Brighton) Railway Station is in the north of Brighton, East Sussex, England. Train services from the station are provided by Southern, and the station is on the East Coastway Line. This is the first mystery cache I have placed. The area near the station is really rather nice with indie pubs and Victorian terraced houses, I thought it deserves its own cache. Answers to these questions are all google-able: How many trains per off-peak hour go through this station?= A How many platforms does London Road have?=B How many stops away from the station is the nearest port from which you can travel to France, taking the route which goes via SouthEase? = C In which year did the station become home to the Brighton Model Railway Club = DEFD How many trains per hour journey from London Road to Brighton station = G How many public toilets are at there at this station = H N (C-D)H.(E-F)GG , W HA.(F-C)(F-B)H
Pnpur: Sybjrel, nzbatfg bgure sybjref
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