Our societies are now running their Christmas appeals for 2020. We hope that you will be able to support them.Continue reading
The Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways are proud to have been recognised at the 2020 National Railway Heritage Awards.
Andrew Haines, the Chief Executive of Network Rail, was guest of honour as the winners in this year’s competition were announcedContinue reading
Caernarfon Station and our First Class Pullman carriages have been shortlisted by the British Guild of Travel Writers for the award for ‘Best UK & Ireland Tourism Project’ in the ‘BGTW International Tourism Awards 2020’.Continue reading
In these times of social distancing and keeping apart, it is great to celebrate coming together.
The National Tramway Museum at Crich and The Festiniog and Welsh Highland Railway have come together to work on the restoration of Blackpool 298Continue reading
The following announcement is intended to provide as much clarity as possible during these uncertain times and to thank all associated with our Railway for your incredible support this year.
This week, the Welsh Government announced a new set ofContinue reading
I am very pleased to report that on a typical November day in N.Wales the new carriage shed is now in use for winter storage. The weather didn’t help with getting good pictures!Continue reading
The Board of Cymdeithas Rheilffordd Eryri is saddened to report the sudden death of Director and Trustee, Pete Randall. Pete was a former General Manager of the Festiniog Railway Company.Continue reading
As you will know, the FfWHR has received an initial grant from NLHF to develop a project to tell the story of the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railways.Continue reading