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Sunday 16th August 2015

The Bluebell Railway and local bus preservationists join forces for the day to recreate the northern half of the old Southdown Service 92 between East Grinstead and Uckfield, and a small section of the joint Southdown/Maidstone & District Service 122 in the Uckfield area. Along with many other events this year, it celebrates in a small way the 100th anniversary this summer of the incorporation of Southdown Motor Services Ltd, for many years the major bus and coach service provider in Sussex and east Hampshire.
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SERVICE 92 Uckfield to East Grinstead, leaving
Uckfield Bus Station at 0945, 1100, 1215, 1330, 1445 and 1600, returning from East Grinstead at 1040, 1155, 1310, 1425, 1540 and 1700, calling at Forest Row Swan Hotel, and Nutley Old Shelley Arms.  Journey takes 40 minutes.
This service will stop at the timing points shown and additionally at East Grinstead Crown, Ashurstwood Three Crowns (A22 lay by), Wych Cross and Ringles Cross.

* = Change at East Grinstead for Bluebell Railway

SERVICE 122 departs Uckfield Bus Station at 1130 and 1515, and Five Ash Down Pig & Butcher at 1140 and 1525.  Journey takes 8 minutes.
This service will stop additionally at Ringles Cross.

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