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South Downs Light Railway is a volunteer run railway in the Pulborough Garden Centre, Stopham Road, Pulborough, RH20 1DS. Our trains will take you on an exciting trip through the gardens from Stopham Road Station. Trains run from March to September...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Stopham Road | Pulborough Garden Centre Road, Pulborough RH20 1DS, England
Our young grandchildren love going here especially for the Santa Express. This Christmas treat was exceptionally well organised. Run by enthusiastic and friendly volunteers the steam trains are great fun and a joy to see.
This is an excellent railway, especially for the young children. At Christmas they do Santa's run all through December, but you do have to book in advance. During the summer they run every Wednesday and Weekends and it is a lovely train ride, and some...More
We took our two grandsons on this (age 5 and 7) and they thoroughly enjoyed it. Because we knew details of two other visits this year, we also now know that there was a magnificent selection of presents for children of all ages. The whole...More
We have had a fantastic trip today with our Granddaughter to see Father Christmas,what a great experience it was,very well organised,wonderful volunteers,Lovely Father Christmas,an all round great experience,can't wait for next year,highly recommend,thank you to you all,Happy Christmas.
What a great way to experience our past.lovely trains.friendly staff. Get to your train early so you get a seat. Jump on and off as much as you like. Wish we had more time that day. Looking forward to seeing you again.
As we had one of our grandsons for the day we decided to pop here for a ride. It's situated within a garden center, so we could combine a bit of garden shopping with it too. Best value I have ever had for a ride...More
The weather was looking iffy last weekend (mid August) so we thought we’d stay relatively close to home. With our young son (just turned two now) we thought we’d show him the train that runs around the garden centre, and take him on if he...More