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Steam Through The Ages at The Bluebell Railway

Steam Through The Ages at The Bluebell Railway

Travel through 100 years of history in one day at The Bluebell Railway's weekend of steam on 11/12 August!

8 November 2018 –  12 August 2018 | Visit website | Book tickets

Travel through 100 years of history in one day!

Steam Through the Ages at The Bluebell Railway will bring different eras from history to life with a different decade recreated at each station.
The London Brighton and South Coast Railway, from which the Bluebell Railway evolved, began life in the 1840s and it is the Victorian Era that Sheffield Park will depict.

Horsted Keynes Station will give a flavour of life during the war years of the 1940s while Kingscote will become ‘Kingscote-on-Sea’ a 1960s ‘Seaside’ holiday.

Travel tickets are valid all day so hop on and off the trains to explore each station as much as you like throughout the day.

Steam Through the Ages will run at The Bluebell Railway over the weekend 11/12 August 2018. For more information visit their website.

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