Camelot about to run round at East Grinstead, JOHN SANDYS, 8 August, 2023.
At Sheffield Park with a 73A shedplate and no nameplate, BEN JENDEN, 30 June 2019.
The Society raises money to support Camelot through Members' donations and profits from a Sales Stand. A lot of practical support comes from the Bluebell Railway and its members, and this is gratefully acknowleged.
The Society is registered as
a Charitable Incorporated Organisation and donations may attract Gift Aid.
Sales Stand at Sheffield Park, DEREK HAYWARD, 30 June 2019
The Sales Stand stocks railway themed Books, DVDs and CDs, railwayana including badges, etc. It can be seen at railway themed events such as Bluebell Railway Special Events, Model
Railway Exhibitions and Railway Depot Open Days.
In our early days, the Society orgamised several Model Railway Exhibitions; see the Society MREs Page.
Wendover Bookstall, PETER GIBBS 15 December 2020.
There is a Society Bookstall at "Antiques at Wendover".
This Antiques Centre can be found at: The Old Post Office, 25 High Street, Wendover, HP22 6DU, Buckinghamshire
Camelot at Crowcombe Heathfield, WSR, KEITH FLETCHER, 2018
The Locomotive has made two visits off the Bluebell Railway since preservation, when she appeared at the West Somerset Railway "Cross Country Trains" Gala in 2018; and at the Great Central Railway Winter Gala in 2023.
After a successful Test Run, JULIAN HEINEMANN, 11 January, 2020.
The Society owns a SR CCT (Southern Railway Covered Carriage Truck). This was purchased for use as a component store, but has now been restored by members of the Bluebell Railway Carriage and Wagon Department as a heritage item, to run on demonstration
goods trains and at special events. Again, with thanks from the Society; especially to the late Richard Maxwell, who re-instated all the mechanical gear, to make it 'a runner' again.
Through the window at Horsted Keynes, BRIAN LACEY, 13 May, 2017
For a short, succinct account of 73082 Camelot's story, see the History page.
For a full, everything but the kitchen sink account, see the History Timeline page