Friday, 15 April 2011

The Bluebell Railway

A couple of years ago I went with some of my family to have lunch on the Bluebell Railway. It is a wonderful steam railway in Sussex that is run entirely by volunteers. The trains and carriages are from the late 19th and early 20th centuries (the newest is form the '30s) and many of the carriages are beautiful Pullman ones. They offer lunches, teas and suppers as well as normal train rides. It is a fabulous treat for any steam train fan, or lover of delicious food, and anyone who has ever wished to experience the luxury train travel of the '20s and '30s. :) 

Our Carriage! :)

Inside the carriage.

The beautifully laid table

Sheffield Park Station Platform

Some old luggage on the station

A lovely view of the countryside from the train (amazing as it is not raining!! It rains so much in this country)

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