The Bluebell Railway was the first preserved standard gauge passenger line in the world.The railway line takes you from East Grinstead to Sheffield Park, cutting through the beautiful Sussex Weald.
AT THE RAILWAY
At Kingscote, passenges will alight our train to board the Bluebell Railway's own vintage carriages for the beautiful journey with views of the local woodland and carpets of bluebells. The cost of this is included in your ticket.
There is also the option to join an excursion to Sheffield Park and Gardens. Spring means colour at the gardens, where dramatic views are around every bend and scent fills hidden glades. Discover the garden as the buds burst forth and you can start to feel the warmth of the sun again as you take in the views.
Fares for this tour start from 119.00 in Premium Standard, 169.00 in First Class, 219.00 in Premier Dining and 279.00 in Pullman Style Dining
To see a description of the classes of travel, click hereMOTIVE POWER
Due to a lack of turning facilities at the Bluebell Railway, our train will reverse South of London and our diesel engine will haul the train between South London and Kingscote on the outward journey.
The steam locomotive for this trip is still to be confirmed.
Rostered locomotives will be updated on the Steam Dreams website as they are confirmed throughout the year.
Motive power is likely to be from a pool of steam locomotives including; 34046 Braunton, 61306 Mayflower, 46233 Duchess of Sutherland, 70000 Britannia, 45699 Galatea, 45690 Leander, 35018 British India Line and various Black Fives.
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