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David Mocatta

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David Alfred Mocatta (1806–1882) was a British architect

Mocatta was appointed architect of the London and Brighton Railway in 1839, designing the company's headquarters at Brighton railway station and ten other intermediate stations on the line. Brighton Railway Station was said to have many similarities to the Nine Elms Railway Station of the London and Southampton Railway (1838) designed by Sir William Tite.

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