Bluebell Railway Road to Rail event set to return this May

The Road meets Rail event will return to the Bluebell Railway's Horsted Keynes Station near Haywards Heath on May 18 and 19. The two-day event has with steam-powered displays and vintage fairground delights, as well as trips on various passenger trains. Visitors can enjoy looking at traction engines, road rollers, steam wagons, showman's engines, crane engines and many other antique mechanical contraptions which bring the station back to early-1900s life.

The Argus: The event will take people back to the early 1900s Visitors can also watch displays showing how road building, wood sawing, timber haulage and thrashing were carried out in the early 1900s. As well as this, event attendees can enjoy rides on vintage fairground attractions before enjoying an ice cream whilst watching miniature steam displays in the paddock.

On the Saturday evening, ticket holders are invited to enjoy the live music[2] on offer, as well as food and drink refreshments. The Argus: People will be able to travel by passenger trains using their event tickets More information can be found at[3]

Tickets for the event are priced at GBP30 per adult.

Children's tickets are GBP15.

These event tickets also allow for hop on and off train journeys during the event along the Bluebell Line between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park.


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