Easter Treasure Hunt on the Bluebell Railway

Families from all over Sussex and beyond, enjoyed the Bluebell Railway Easter Treasure Hunt throughout the Easter weekend.

Friday, 26th April 2019, 1:43 pm
Updated Friday, 26th April 2019, 1:48 pm
A fine-looking engine on the Bluebell Railway

In Spring sunshine children and adults searched for clues in and around the four fantastic heritage railway stations and also took part in some fun traditional games and challenges. Next month Sheffield Park station hosts STEM Fair from May 25-27, promising fun science, technology, engineering and maths activities for children and young people.

The little 'uns were given an activity sheet to complete at the four stations
Hot work when it's 23 degrees on at Easter Sunday!
On a self-captioned and beautifully painted bench at Kingscote Station
A driver takes the 'token' at Sheffield Park Station - The signalling system used is designed to prevent more than one train being on the "single line" at a time. The train driver must have a token before entering the section of line,
Enjoying the comfort of a first-class compartment on the Blueblell Raiilway
From the days when the words Southern and rail didn't evoke a sharp intake of breath from some commuters
In the lap of luxury a Pullman carriage on the Golden Arrow train
Of course there were plenty of these around...
Someone's enjoying the Sussex countryside...
The Bluebell Railway - A Sussex gem
'Cool and mellow' - From the bad old days when tobacco advertisers said whatever they wanted