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Industrial development and hoards of day-trippers
The coming of the railway in the 1840s brought rapid urban and industrial development and hoards of day-trippers from London. They were attacted, not only by the sea, but by the Royal Pavilion which opened its grounds to the public on 29 June 1850 when bye-laws were made to prohibit smoking, intoxication, begging, games, and ragged or offensive attire. Between 1852-4 the station was enlarged and the platforms extended to cope with increasing visitors.
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