The Bluebell railway is a heritage line running for 11 miles from Sheffield Park in Sussex to East Grinstead where it links up with British Rail. The trains are operated by steam.
If only the fares were that cheap now. This sign is in 'old money' (before decimalisation) and 1st class would have cost just over 40p. Today a first class ticket costs £22 I had arrived too late to go for a ride so I had a look around the station instead.
It is run totally by dedicated volunteers. Alongside the station is a large shed where trains are being repaired and brought back to life.
When it stopped at the platform I noticed this door hadn't been closed so I jumped inside to take a quick photo of the interior of the carriage.
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