February Half Term Events at Preserved Railways – South East and...

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Looking for something to do this February Half Term? Whether with your family, friends or yourself, here are a few preserved railways in the...

Bluebell Railway acquire bridge plaque

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The Bluebell Railway has announced that it has acquired a London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) bridge parapet plaque. The plaque has been...

Update on the work carried out on steam locomotive 73082 “Camelot”

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BR Standard 5 No. 73082 "Camelot" has been undergoing maintenance work at the Bluebell Railway. The work is being carried out by the Bluebell...

Diesels confirmed so far for Bluebell’s diesel gala

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The Bluebell Railway has announced three diesel locomotives that are confirmed to attend their diesel gala. Which Diesels? The types of diesel confirmed to attend the...

Great Western Railway Tank No. 813 joins line-up for Bluebell’s Branch...

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The Bluebell Railway has confirmed that Great Western Railway Tank No. 813 (Port Talbot Railway No. 26) is set to visit the line for...

Tornado planned to visit the Bluebell in May

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The Bluebell Railway has announced that plans, which will see Peppercorn A1 No. 60163 "Tornado" visit the Line, are at an advanced stage. Tornado is...

Bluebell Railway Wins Sussex Leisure and Tourism Award

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The Bluebell Railway has announced that they have won a top award at the recent Sussex Business Awards. The Award Ceremony took place on the...

The Bluebell Atlantic Group (32424 “Beachy Head”) – Project Information

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This week's Project Information comes from the Bluebell Railway, who are building a replica of a London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) H2...

Bluebell Steams Home With Heritage Awards

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The Bluebell Railway has announced that they have won two awards at the recent National Railway Heritage Awards, held in London in December 2017. The...

Heritage Railway Carriages Go Undercover In East Sussex

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The Bluebell Railway has reached a milestone for their Operation Undercover project as the first carriages move into a new shed at Horsted Keynes. Started...

EXCLUSIVE: The Duke – The Impossible Dream – Past, Present and...

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Following on from this, we are delighted to announce that we have been contacted by The BR Class 8 Steam Locomotive Trust and they have provided us with an exclusive update on the history of the project, written by Trevor Tuckley. The update below is in its original unedited version
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