Bluebell Railway introduces new Sunday breakfast Golden Arrow trains 

The Bluebell Railway is introducing its own silver service Sunday breakfast trains for the first time. 

The Sunday breakfast trains will run on 8, 15 and 29 March next year. Passengers will be served a traditional English breakfast in one of the railway’s luxury dining cars as the Golden Arrow trains travel from Sheffield Park to East Grinstead and back during a 90-minute experience. 

The heritage railway says the new offering will be in addition to its existing Golden Arrow lunch and dinner trains as well as its afternoon tea and fish & chip specials. 

Bluebell Railway retail director Neil Glaskin said: “The Golden Arrow Breakfast train has been introduced to offer customers something a little different: a full English breakfast with silver service on board the Bluebell Railways prestigious Golden Arrow service. 

He added: “We hope this new product is enjoyed by both new and returning customers and is something that we can build on for the future.” 

The railway, which operates on 11 miles of track, has previously run breakfast trains for special events but this is the first time it will be using its Golden Arrow trains with Pullman cars and dining carriages for Sunday breakfasts. 

The Golden Arrow was the name used for services which linked London and Paris. The trains had style and panache which made them one of the most glamorous and famous trains in the world.  

Further details of the Bluebell Railway’s Golden Arrow Sunday Breakfast trains and booking information at: