People can enjoy a curry on a steam-hauled train this year.

Bluebell Railway has announced three dates where passengers can indulge in a meal while onboard a trip through the Sussex countryside.

The dates passengers can enjoy this experience are April 12, October 16 and November 9.

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During the event, passengers can board trains from Sheffield Park Station at 6.30pm and indulge in either butter chicken, lamb dhansak, or roasted aloo gobi throughout the journey.

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Each of these meals will be served with steamed basmati rice, poppadom, cucumber raita, mango chutney, lime pickle and naan bread.

A bottle of Cobra a glass of wine or fruit juice, will also be available.

The journey will be one hour and 45 minutes long with tickets ranging from £50 to £55.

Bluebell Railway offers a number of supper trains with different cuisine and menu options including roast dinners, pie and mash, and fish and chips.

All trains depart from and return to Sheffield Park Station. The Bluebell Railway commenced train services in August 1960 and now runs steam trains between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead, stopping at Horsted Keynes and Kingscote.

Separate to the supper trains, on the normal services you can purchase an All Day Rover ticket and hop on and off as much as you like throughout the day.