Hi All, A rather interesting revelation about Brighton station appears in Rail mag this month; that there is an active rifle range located beneath the platforms which is still used by Brighton Gun Club. Apparently, on the rare times when the station is quiet, passengers can hear the guns being fired! There are also apparently some long-disused lavatories and a hairdressing salon located somewhere behind the concourse, still equipped with their dusty fittings. Things like this tickle my fancy, I love the hidden history that lurks beneath so many of our old railway stations! Does anyone have any interesting revelations about other stations, there must be quite a few I would think? A little one to get started, apparently beneath Portsmouth and Southsea station remains some original cobbled street surface over which the station was built. This construction method might explain why the recently closed booking hall suffers from chronic damp to the point where the floors are supposedly thoroughly rotten. Any more bits of station trivia out there?!