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Includes Preserved Railways, Steam, Narrow Gauge and Miniature Railways in Sussex...







Sussex Preserved Railways, Steam, Narrow Gauge and Miniature Railways

 
blank tabVOLKS RAILWAYRailway
Madeira Drive, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1EN
Disabled Facilities

Britain's oldest electric railway built in 1883, running for one and a quarter miles along the top of the beach from the Aquarium Station near Brighton Pier to the Marina. Trains every 15 mins. Peter Pan's playground situated on-route at the halfway station, with free childrens playground and cafe. Disabled: Ramp available (if party booking please call ahead so that extra space can be allowed for wheelchairs). Toilets at Aquarium and Marina Stations - disabled toilets available opposite Aquarium station (25 yards). Handrails. Driver will assist where required.
Tel: 01273 292718
E-mail: volksrailway@brighton-hove.gov.uk
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blank tabThe Bluebell RailwayHeritage Railway
Sheffield Park Station, Nr. Uxfield, East Sussex, TN22 3QL


The heritage railway runs for 9 miles and hosts the Golden Arrow Pullman dining trains. The line runs along the border of East and West Sussex operating between Sheffield Park, Horsted Keynes and Kingscote. The Bluebell Railway is amongst the largest collections of steam locomotives in the UK with over 30 on site and almost 150 carriages and wagons. Standard Gauge.
Tel: 01825 720800
Web: www.bluebell-railway.co.uk
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blank tabThe Lavender LineHeritage Railway
Isfield Station, Isfield, near Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 5XB


Built by A.E. Lavender, a local coal merchant from the past, this heritage railway runs for a 2 mile round trip through lovely Sussex Countryside. With a mixture of Steam and Diesel engines, Isfield Station and its signal box together with other buildings have been restored and new track laid. A popular place for film and television shoots. Standard Gauge.
Tel: 01825 750515
Web: www.lavender-line.co.uk
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blank tabHotham Park Miniature RailwayHeritage Railway
Hotham Park, Bognor Regis, Sussex PO21 1HR


Borris the little engined steam train takes you through the restored 18th Century wooded park. Minimum Gauge.
Tel: 01903 527 321
Web: www.hothamparkrailway.co.uk
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blank tabSouth Downs Light RailwayHeritage Railway
Stophan Road Station, Pulborough Garden Centre, Stopham Road, Pulborough


Take a 1km ride on a 10.25 gauge railway, pulled by coal-fired steam locomotives. The railway includes a new station, ticket office, engine shed and carriage shed, with a tunnel being planned. There are approximately 10 engines. Upper quadrant signals from yesteryear operate on the track, all controlled from its own signal box. Minimum Gauge
Tel: 07518 753784
Web: www.sdlrs.com
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blank tabAmberley Museum & Heritage CentreHeritage Railway
Houghton Bridge, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9LT


Vintage exhibitions and transport of all kind are are displayed at the Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre including an industrial railway collection. It has a large display of narrow-gauge railway locomotives and stock, and you can take a ride along a .75 mile track. Narrow Gauge.
Tel: 01798 831370
E-mail: office@amberleymuseum.co.uk   Web: www.amberleymuseum.co.uk
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blank tabDrusillas Park RailwayHeritage Railway
Drusillas Park, Alfriston Road, Alfriston, East Sussex, BN26 5QS


Tidmouth Halt at Drusillas Park is the home of Thomas the Tank Engine and the Fat Controller. Children can enjoy a ride on Thomas when they have explored this excellent small zoo and adventure park.
Tel: 01323 874100
E-mail: info@drusillas.co.uk   Web: www.drusillas.co.uk
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Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway

Lottbridge Drove, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN23 6NS
Tel: 01323 520229

A railway adventure in Eastbourne. Ride for nearly a mile behind scale coal-fired miniature steam locomotives around a 5-acre lake. Fun or relaxation all day. Adventure playground, indoor model railways, garden railway, steam or diesel train journeys, lineside walk, picnic areas, maze, Thomas the Tank Engine souvenir/gift shop, day ticket angling, café and prize winning tea gardens. Free parking. No dogs. Follow signs to Eastbourne Industrial Estates to Lottbridge Drove then brown signs to Mini Railway.

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