Lavender Line Railway, Isfield

This entry was last updated: 30th March, 2018

The Lavender Line runs a two mile round trip through the beautiful Sussex countryside, hauled by either a heritage diesel or steam locomotive. Isfield station has a listed signal box, café (open from 9am for breakfast), children’s play area as well as a miniature and model railway. There are Gala Days in July and October, Easter, Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day and Christmas.

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Accessibility and additional needs

The station is step free and there are ramps and steps for extra assistance onto the trains. Note the only wheelchair accessible carriage is on the steam train (first and last Sunday of the month except on Gala Days). If you require this carriage, it’s important that you inform the Lavender Line one week in advance of your visit and they will then ensure the train is on the right platform when you visit. Accessible toilet (Key with café staff).

Contact Information


Isfield Railway StationIsfield, Uckfield, TN22 5XB


01825 750515

Contact Details:


9 Rustington Road, Brighton, BN1 8DQ

Telephone: 01273 542281

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