Bluebell Railway is a heritage railway, and one of the biggest tourist attractions in Sussex.
After commencing train services in August 1960, the Bluebell Railway now runs steam trains between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead, stopping at Horsted Keynes and Kingscote.
The four stations are preserved in different periods of history including Victorian, 1930s and 1950s. As a result, the Railway is a popular filming location for film and TV productions alike. During a visit, visitors can learn about the history and science of the industrial age, experience the thrill of getting up close to a working steam locomotive and luxuriate in the comfort and style of a bygone era. Families can enjoy getting hands-on in our interactive exhibitions, and children can enjoy our play and picnic areas while parents relax with a cuppa.
Bluebell Railway also runs a range of family and enthusiast events throughout the year, as well as various dining trains including afternoon tea, evening dining and fish and chip specials.
Please visit the Bluebell Railway website for the latest timetables and service information.