Mocatta's Stations for the Brighton Railway

@article{Cole1958MocattasSF,
  title={Mocatta's Stations for the Brighton Railway},
  author={D. Cole},
  journal={The Journal of Transport History},
  year={1958},
  volume={fs-3},
  pages={149 - 157}
}
  • D. Cole
  • Published 1958
  • Engineering
  • The Journal of Transport History
D AVID MOCATTA, who came ofa well-to-do Jewish family, was bomin 1806. About 1825he became a pupil ofSirJohn Soane(1753-1837), one ofthe most original and successfularchitects ofthe period, now near the end ofhis career, who used a very personal classicsryle.! Mocatta followed precedent, and in this matter at any rate his master's example, in taking an extended tour ofItaly, then an indispensable adjunct to architectural study, in 1829-30, sketching and measuring buildings. A large number ofhis… Expand

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