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Bluebell Railway Walks

A selection of walks crossing the line

Welcome to Bluebell Railway Walks

Route Map East Grinstead Circular Walk Kingscote North Walk Kingscote South Walk Weirwood Circular Walk West Hoathly Circular Walk Horsted Keynes Village Horsted Keynes Circular Walk Scaynes Hill Figure of Eight Walk Scaynes Hill Figure of Eight

By Train

Taking a ride on the Bluebell Railway is a great way to experience the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Steaming through the countryside you will see wooded valleys, streams and rivers, farmsteads, country lanes, meadows and wild flowers (when they are in season).

No 592

Inside Out

On foot you can experience even more. The landscape around the railway is crisscrossed with pathways and instead of seeing the countryside from the train you can see trains from the countryside!


What You Might See

With the pace under your control you will be twisting along ancient paths, crossing bubbling streams, finding hidden buildings and encountering surprise views (as seen in the video tour).

Footpath Sign

From the line-side you can feel the power of a locomotive as it thunders past but it is from the bridges where you are most likely to catch the alluring smell of coal and steam.


Bluebells

In late April and May bluebells feature on each of the walks in abundance (except East Grinstead walk). The UK is believed to have nearly half of the world's population of bluebells and it's true that the Bluebell Railway has its fair share.

Bluebells

The Walks

There are both circular walks and linear walks on this website. The linear walks involve steaming to the start point by Bluebell Railway train.

1) Select a walk by clicking Walk Location on the map or select from list on the left

2) Print the walk or take your mobile device

3) Follow either brief or detailed instructions

How are the bluebells today?

All leaves are gone. Only the last of the seed pods are standing.