On Saturday 16 May a party of 12 members spent a most enjoyable day visiting the Bluebell Railway, thanks to the generous assistance of Tony Hillman, Assistant Curator of the Railway's museum.
The party from Windsor and Maidenhead outside the shed at Sheffield Park which contains a number of iconic locos. Jim Tucker
Ex-SECR C Class 0-6-0 592 prepares to take the 16.00 departure from Sheffield Park to East Grinstead. (Steve Ollive) Steve Ollive
The nameplate from Urie King Arthur 754 The Green Knight hangs on the wall of the Bluebell museum, one of two plates there belonging to the RCTS. Steve Ollive
Pride of the Bluebell is undoubtedly the recreation of Brighton Atlantic 32424 Beachy Head, currently under way in “Atlantic House” at Sheffield Park. Project leader Keith Sturt shows us his pride and joy. Jim Tucker
last updated: 12/06/15