Sheffield Park Station (TN22 3QL)
Sheffield Park Station is the best point to join the Bluebell Railway. This is situated on the A275 East Grinstead - Lewes main road, about two miles north of its junction with the A272. The Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park is well signposted with brown tourist direction signs from the A22 and A23 trunk roads. There is plenty of available parking at Sheffield Park as well as a Coach Park and Disabled Bays.
Horsted Keynes Station (RH17 7BB)
Horsted Keynes Station has plenty of parking in the field beyond the station in the summer. The station is a mile and a half north-west of the village. From the village centre follow signs to the station, forking right onto the West Hoathly/Sharpthorne road. Station Approach will be found on the left after about a mile, just after a steep hill and sharp right hand bend.
Horsted Keynes Station is also accessible via an 8-ft restricted headroom bridge from Ardingly. Head south on the B2028 towards Lindfield. Take the first turn on the left, after about half a mile, signposted to the railway. Then take the next turn to the right at the bottom of the hill into Station Approach, and carry on about a mile on this very twisty road. Shortly after passing under the low bridge, you will come to Horsted Keynes Station.
Please note that there is no road access or parking at Kingscote station.
The best place to park your car is at the pay and display car park on the junction of Station Road and London Road, right next door to the Fire Station. There is a short walk of about eight minutes to the Bluebell Railway. RH19 1QS.
Southern Trains Station Car Park is situated about a 4 minute walk from the Bluebell Railway. RH19 1EB.
Alternatively, why not park in the town at the Cantelupe Road car park or Chequer Mead by the Theatre and walk through the town to the railway station stopping off at the varied and interesting local shops along the way. The walk will take about 20 minutes. RH19 3BS.