This photo shows the site of Lewes Road Station in the present day. The platform would have run left to right parallel with the pavement and the carpark between the white building and the brick retaining wall (on the edge of the bank) occupies the space, which would have been the station forecourt. This building would have been part of the Cox’s Pill factory complex (see next photo).

 

 The road right branches off towards the junction of Mayo and Princes roads, the road left goes to the loading bay of Sainsburys and the roof of the car park, both mentioned earlier in this chapter.