Bluebell Railway

Registered Charity No 1966061

The Bluebell Railway was the first standard gauge heritage railway to carry passengers in the UK. It has operated on part of the former line between Lewes and East Grinstead in Sussex since 1960. It has a unique collection of steam locomotives and rolling stock operated by a 'not for profit' company.

By taking part in the unity Lottery as supporters of our funding for the Future campaign you will:

  • Contribute to the restoration and maintenance of the locomotive and rolling stock
  • Ensure the Railway continues to run steam hauled services between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park
  • Maintain our railway heritage for the education and enjoyment of current and future generations
  • Help to support the enhancement of our visitors' experience

Our web site is at for further details. Thank you for your support.

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Winning Numbers: Friday 24th May 2024

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Next Draw: 31/05/2024

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