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bluebell railway - home page // break out of framesets if (window != window.top) { window.top.location = window.location } bluebell railway preservation society twinned with the museumstoomtram hoorn-medemblik kids for a quid at half term easter at the bluebell bluebell newsreel all children visiting the bluebell railway during the february half term will travel for just £1   valid between saturday 16th and friday 22nd february on all timetabled service one train departures.   not valid on pullman or auto services our hourly train service is in operation between 11am and 4pm. plus as it's easter: good friday - easter monday special activities for children including: easter bunny hunt easter craft making easter card making easter saturday until bank holiday monday - be served refreshments by uniformed staff in the luxury of our first class lounge car: sit back and enjoy elevenses on the 11am departure from sheffield park or afternoon tea, including a selection of finger sandwiches, assorted cakes and shortbread served with indian tea, on the 3pm departure, advance booking esential for the lounge car. please call 01825 720800 bank holiday monday the city limited pullman will depart at 09.30 from sheffield park and serve a traditional english breakfast on the 18 mile return journey to kingscote. at 2.30pm, the sussex belle pullman will depart sheffield park for afternoon tea. the city limited and the sussex belle pullmans are priced at £30.00 per person and must be booked in advance the bluebell newsreel webvision service, a wonderful way for you to contribute financially to the bluebell and enjoy monthly programmes all about the railway. our 100% steam-hauled passenger trains run every weekend in january and february, and daily 18-22 february. see the timetable for full details. in addition, our steam hauled golden arrow pullman dining train runs most saturday evenings and sunday lunchtimes, as well as some other days. for children up to 8 we have the stepney club. the 9f club allows older children to get more involved behind the scenes at the railway. next special events: february: every saturday and sunday: auto trains - the bluebell is to play host to great western railway locomotive number 1450 and the auto coach trailer number 178 advance booking essential (01825 720800). february sat 23 - sun 24: branch line weekend featuring, in particular, gwr locomotives. advanced ticket sales. photos from last year's event full special event list for 2008 what's new on this web site?     -     why not become a brps member? your ideal film/tv location?     -     a great day out for all the family. two different bluebell railway screensavers are now available for downloading to your pc. latest news and photos     -     photos on other web sites welcome to the bluebell railway's home page the volunteer-run bluebell line was the uk's first preserved standard gauge passenger railway, re-opening part of the lewes to east grinstead line of the old london brighton & south coast railway in 1960. since then it has developed into one of the largest tourist attractions in sussex, yet it still remains true to its objectives of the preservation for posterity of a country branch line, its steam locomotives, coaches and goods stock, signalling systems, stations and operating practices. on this web site you can find visitor information, and details of the timetable for the uk's only all-steam railway. in addition to scheduled passenger trains, there is also the golden arrow pullman train on which you can experience the ultimate "meal out", our "day out with thomas" events in june/july, and in the run up to christmas each year, the very popular santa specials where the children receive presents from father christmas, and a full programme of other special events. the web site contains much more that just this, though. the unusual combination of a gwr "dukedog" and an sr "west country" depart northwards from horsted keynes station at the 2005 "giants of steam" gala. (photo: andrew strongitharm) to view larger versions of most of the pictures on this site, just click on them. why not take a tour of this web site: steam loco driving courses details of clive groome's popular footplate days and ways driving and firing courses. also available on these web pages: information on how to get to the railway; full details of catering arrangements, both on the trains and at the stations; information for disabled visitors; you can order items from our shop by mail order; contact information, phone numbers and addresses; details of the benefits of membership, and opportunities to join in the running of the railway as a volunteer; for younger members there is the stepney club and the 9f club. all the latest news from the bluebell. information about our historic collections of locomotives and carriages and wagons, with photos of most items of stock; comprehensive details of the signalling and signal boxes; the fund-raising football competition; pages detailing the history of the bluebell line. pages describing the role of the bluebell railway in carlton's tv film of "the railway children", and the rolling stock used in the film. the bluebell railway trust (registered charity no.292497). other pages, with information about the stations, extensions to the current line, accommodation locally, and other general background material; links to related pages, plus a full index and search engine for these bluebell pages. the railway is operated by "bluebell railway plc", which is majority owned by the volunteer membership through the bluebell railway preservation society, and this membership also provides the dedicated volunteer labour which enables the line to continue running. any financial surplus made from running the trains is ploughed straight back into preservation work. the only "dividend" members receive is the immense satisfaction of seeing "their" railway provide a day's entertainment for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. disclaimer: whilst every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of these pages, the bluebell railway cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions. in addition any information or advice given on these pages is provided in good faith, but should not be relied upon for safety-critical applications. bluebell railway reserves the right to vary any of the provisions of this web site without prior notice. this website does not form part of any contract between the railway and current or prospective visitors or customers. those requiring information on specific matters should seek written confirmation from the railway. please email the web site editor, richard salmon, with any comments or suggestions about format or content. external links are provided in good faith, but the bluebell railway cannot be held responsible for the content to be found on other web sites. out of principle i do not normally use restrictive features such as frames, tables, java, or coloured text, since these go against the original and laudable concept of html as a user-formatted document language. this also makes for far faster down-loads. pages can also be viewed and navigated acceptably with images turned off, although the colour-coded timetable is useful! one little bit of javascript is included in this page to escape from being locked into someone else's frame, but if your browser doesn't support this, it should not be affected, and frames provide a very simple mechanism for the 360 degree view of the golden arrow carriages' interiors. credits: some photographs are by the editor and the others are by mike esau, ian wright, lewis nodes, jon horrocks, peter richards, hiroshi naito, mike nichols, michael taylor, jeremy ovenden, jon bowers, the late tony dunkley, robin frankham, nigel kendall, the late harold roy pettit, peter edwards, james young, jonathan hall, graeme pettit, martin oakley, barry coward, nigel longdon, jeff machin, tony pearce, ian bowskill, chris majer, adrian lee, anthony goff, tony frost, dave bowles, david harp, david chappell, les anstey, chris gardner, andrew strongitharm, paul pettitt, chris dadson, dave clarke, nick beck, simon robinson, owen chapman, chris nevard, dave chambers, martin creese, dave stickland, clive emsley, dave smith, fred bailey, robert bird, roger stronell, derek hayward, chris ward, tom waghorn, john sands, benjamin boggis and paul sharpe with permission. all the decent artwork (i.e. that not done by the webmaster!) is by matthew cousins gra, to whom many thanks. thanks are also due to lewis nodes, tim baker, tony hillman, peter richards, martin nichols, malcolm roe, john and robin elliott, peter churchman, graham townsend, mike watts, mark smith, roger williams, martin lock, michael taylor, david rider, julian best, steve gostelow, geoffrey snow, jim turtle, roy watts, nigel longdon, kate saker, paul sturm, katsumi suzuki, hiroshi naito, geoff harris, martijn huibers, mark armstrong, peter forrestier smith, jon bowers, martin skrzetuszewski, nick beck, fred bailey, terry cole, robert bird, jon elphick, jan kozminski, caroline collins and many other bluebell members. like so much on the bluebell railway, this web site is provided at minimal cost to the railway thanks to voluntary effort. the search engine is advertising supported, provided by freefind. most frequent queries: are you interested in driving a steam loco with footplate days and ways? details of fares details of opening times details of lineside photographic permits details of days out with thomas to search for a phrase, enclose it in quotes; e.g. "new year" powered by freefind © copyright of all items is retained. material on this web site may not be reproduced (or further distributed beyond normal web access) in any form without the express permission of the bluebell railway or other copyright owners as appropriate. we are very pleased to have become only the ninth recipient of a silver "smokin' website award" from smokin.kvrr.net. the bluebell railway web site has been awarded a trainnet web gem award this web site was one of the very first of link rail uk's recommended sites of the month in june 1999. this web site is a member of the travelring. this travelring site is owned by: the bluebell railway preservation society visit: [ previous 5 sites | previous | next | next 5 sites | random site | list sites ] want to join travelring? this site is part of the uk and ireland railway webring. [ prev | random | next ] the railway sitering formerly "the railway webring" this site owned bythe bluebell railway preservation society [ previous | list sites | next ] [ prev. 5 | random | next 5 ] powered by crickrock webrings to the uk heritage railways home page, or the bluebell's timetable or special events visitor info. - catering - contacts - what's new - extension - locos - carriages & wagons - signals - history - other - links - search the site - faq why not become a brps member?     -     get more involved as a volunteer your ideal film/tv location? this page last updated 15 february 2008 by richard salmon. © copyright.
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