REALLY SideTracked - The Bluebell Railway

The Bluebell Railway is one of the country’s first preserved heritage lines. These are the first Adventure Lab Caches in the SideTracked Series and take you through over one hundred years of railway history. Please note: You DO NOT need to enter the stations to obtain any information. For a leisurely adventure you can use the railway, so check the timetable for details. If you choose to walk or cycle between any of the stations you need to plan your route carefully, including returning to where you started, using a combination of local footpaths and roads. Please take extra care. If you choose to drive, please note that due to planning restrictions there are no facilities for cars, or a car park at Kingscote Station. West Hoathly Station was demolished in 1967, but simply log this date as your answer when passing by train, foot, bicycle or car. Finally, you can log this adventure in any order and it can be completed in 1 to 2 hours, HOWEVER, this depends on the options you choose!


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