Thursday 19 October 2017

Seaton Junction, 15th October 2017

The 1928 concrete bridge spans to the second platform, on the right, which has a far curving edge for the Seaton branch.

Gothic architecture by Sir William Tite for the LSWR. The station was closed in 1966, although the adjacent Express Dairies depot continued for some time afterward.

The second Southern Railway pattern foorbridge carries a public footpath across the full width of the station.

A further view of the station building with Southern Railway concrete fencing.

Looking west towards Honiton and Exeter.