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The building was erected in 1876 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel whose congregation transferred to London Road in 1894/5. All through this time WIlliam Dinnick was the minister; he continued his ministry in the Methodists' new building.
It then became the Railway Mission. The name was changed by the congregation, however the church remains Brighton Railway Mission. The Railway Mission is a national charity providing chaplaincy and other services to workers in the railway industry.
On the 2nd February 2005 the building was encased in scaffolding. It seems the decorative ridge tiles have been removed - I hope they are returned once the work is complete. Since this photograph was taken the graffiti has been removed.
My thanks to Philip Wells and Chris Fry for information on this page.
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