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Bluebell Railway Memorial Garden
The garden consists of a pathway, "The Walk of Memories", made up of individual blocks engraved with a personal inscription. Here, friends and family can visit at any time. Located in a beautiful countryside setting overlooking the line from an elevated viewpoint near Horsted Keynes Station, the garden provides a quiet space for reflection and remembrance.
The Garden opened on 3 July 2011, and a service of dedication was held by Father John Twisleton, Rector of St Giles, Horsted Keynes and Chaplain to the Bluebell Railway, together with the Right Revd. Cornell Jerome Moss, Bishop of Guyana (who was visiting and kindly agreed to participate). This gallery includes pictures of the ceremony taken with permission. The Bishop (who has subsequently died) later rode on the footplate to Sheffield Park and the party visited the Bluebell Railway Museum.
Photographers and visitors are asked to respect the area. Please do not stand on the planted beds. There are other suitable vantage points for photography.
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