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The Bluebell Railway

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"Sheffield Park in 2007"
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Sheffield Park station in 2007
 0-6-0T 672 'Fenchurch'
London Brighton & South Coast Railway A1 / A1x class 0-6-0T 672 'Fenchurch' at Sheffield Park station in 2007
4-6-2 34028 Eddystone
4-6-2 34028 Eddystone at Sheffield Park station in 2007
34081 92 Squadron
34081 92 Squadron on a visit to the Bluebell Railway on shed.
GWR 4-4-0 Earl of Berkley
GWR 4-4-0 Earl of Berkley at Sheffield Park station in 2007
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when the signal boxes  were open or were still in place

Signal Boxes that have been saved list

Signal boxes that have been moved to Heritage Railways or saved in or near were they were

The Bluebell Railway was the first standard gauge railways to to be reopened by as a preserved railway in the UK. It ran only from Sheffield Park to the small Bluebell Halt at first. Then for a number of years it ran between Sheffield Park station and Horsted Keynes. Trains then used to run from Sheffield Park to Kingscote.
Trains are now able to run to a new Bluebell station next to East Grinstead main line station, now that the work to clear the Imberhorne cutting is done. The cutting was filled with household waste from East Grinstead, after the line was closed. This now gives the Bluebell railway a mainline connection
Page updated 4/6/2018

This website is it is on railways but it is not just on trains but all things railways, with photos, which I have taken from the 1970s till now. I take photos of all things railways, steam diesel and electric trains, signal boxes, wagons any thing that is on the National Rail network, which was BR when I started taken photos.

This page is about the Bluebell Railway.