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I decided to walk from the Pier to Brighton Marina; that can't be far I thought!!!! (Wrong! I am a fast walker and it took 50 minutes...though it was a lovely walk). As I was half way there, I noticed a train track on the...More
This oldest operating electric railway in the world operates between the Palace Pier and the Marina. Stations are Aquarium - Half Way - Black Rock. First opened in 1883 it still is a great experience for big and small. The length of the line is...More
Beautifully restored. I have not been on this railway since I was a child, over 40 years ago. We walked with friends from Hove to Brighton Marina and as we were all so tired we decided to take the electric train back to Brighton Pier....More
We mainly used this to scoot along the promenade with tired children. However the waiting room at the pier end had an interesting feature on Volk who designed and built this and other electric railways. It was quite informative and there were a few fun...More
Nice little trip from the seafront at the pier up to the marina. The train moves slow so you get to enjoy the views of the beach on your way up and back. It's a little expensive but it definitely saves your feet if you...More
After long day we took train from Brighton back to Marina at cost of about £7.50 ish for 2. Staff very friendly and nice to look round waiting area at history of railway.
Journey was great, with good view of seafront and its novel way...More
Last year this "oldest" electric Railway was being upgraded, This year it was in full working order. Around a mile there.. and back, this was a really cool way to spend 30minutes or so.. The beach is one side & promenade the other ..The staff...More
If you’re driving to Brighton its much cheaper to park down near the Marina. It free for three hours at the Marina or about £6 for most of the next to the station. The train ride cost under £20 for 5 of us which was...More