Thursday, 6 February 2014

Get a ticket to love!

WANT an idea for a Valentine’s Day treat that might keep your love life on the rails?
How about a dinner for two on the Golden Arrow or if that’s fully booked, tea for two  on the steam trains that run on the restored and re-opened 11-mile track from Horsted to East Grinstead in East Sussex?

You can mark the oh-so-romantic day with a table d’hote menu for £48 per lover, which includes the train ride. The Golden Arrow will be pulling a dining carriage and two Pullman cars.

The Bluebell Railway was the first preserved standard gauge railway in Britain, which re-opened a stretch of the old London Brighton and South Coast Railway between Horsted Keynes and Sheffield Park Stations. After decades of hard work, volunteers brought the Southern Railway back to life when the line extension to East Grinstead was re-opened at the beginning of 2013. This will be the second full year in which the now 11-mile steam railway will operate as a major tourist attraction in East Sussex.
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