Lavender Line

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Lavender Line: Our line is now just a mile long and starts at Isfield station. It heads northwards towards Little Horsted where the train pauses before returning to Isfield. Isfield Signal Box is open to our visitors and you can pull the levers and operate a full sized signal.

Our model railway is now open to the public. Press the button to see the trains running. There are traditional trains for the adults and Thomas theme trains for our younger visitors.

Our exhibition coach houses photos and displays of articles about the railway at Isfield throughout the history of the line.

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The village of Isfield lies off the A26, midway between Lewes and Uckfield and is clearly sign-posted. From the Little Horstead roundabout on the A22 just outside Uckfield, take the A26 south towards Lewes and after about 1 mile take the small right hand turn marked Isfield. Follow the road until you see the railway on your right.

From the A272
Running between Uckfield and Haywards Heath, take the turn at Piltdown and follow the signs to the Lavender Line and Isfield.

From Lewes
Take the A26 northwards towards Uckfield. After about 5 miles look for a turning to the left to Isfield. Follow the road to Isfield until you see the railway on your right.


The nearest main line stations are at Lewes and Uckfield.


Service 29 is now run by Brighton and Hove Busses. The service calls at Isfield and runs between Brighton and Tunbridge Wells.


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Address: Lavender Line, Isfield Station, Near Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 5XB, UK
Phone: +44 1825 750515

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