Lavender Line Railway, Isfield

Isfield

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, last orders 2:30PM), children’s play area as well as a miniature railway (check Facebook for miniature railway operating days). 

Accessibility

The station is largely step free and there are ramps and steps for extra assistance onto the trains. 
Currently there is no wheelchair access to the steam trains, most diesel services are accessible but please contact the Lavender Line in advance to ensure the train on the day you wish to visit is suitable.
 
 

Disabled Parking & Drop-off
  • Designated Disabled Parking

Designated spaces near main entrance, on special event days the access may be via the adjacent pub car park - please ask for assistance.

Toileting/Changing
  • Accessible Toilets
  • Grab/Drop Down Rails
  • Baby Changing Facilities

Ask staff in the cafe for the key to the accessible toilet.

There is a small step (about 5-10cm) to access the toilet.

Additional Services
  • Fast Track Entry
The Unexpected
  • There are flashing lights
  • There can be sudden loud noise
  • We have characters in costumes

Queues occur mainly on special event days. If queuing is difficult please contact the Lavender Line in advance to make arrangements.

The train engines can be noisy and Gala Days can get busy.

Some trains may have a flashing warning light.

There may be characters in costume at special events and at Christmas, call ahead for information.

Offers & Events

Location

Isfield Station Horsted Lane
Isfield, TN22 5XB