11 March 2020
Ffestiniog Railway Bristol Group are holding a sale of second hand, mainly railway, books that have been donated to them on Saturday 4th April 2020 from 10am to 1pm at Frome Cricket Club, Rodden Road, Frome, Somerset, BA11 2AH.
25 February 2020
Please note this has been cancelled in light of the current advice.
Megabash will be held over the weekend of 21/22 March 2020. This is a week before the public train services start on the Ffestiniog Railway and allows our volunteers to ensure the railway is presentable to our passengers.
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TUNE IN TO ITV NEWS WALES THIS EVENING...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 17, 2020
We will be featuring on @ITVWales tonight as we discuss the running of our services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The segment will feature during the ITV News Wales at 18:00 this evening! pic.twitter.com/4JYZs9TTS2
'BYGONES WEEKEND': 9th-11th October...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 17, 2020
This will feature many of the familiar aspects of our usual vintage weekends, in particular our heritage trains - passenger and goods - but with seats on all trains being pre-booked...
Further details available @https://t.co/Q9vlEeO8YP pic.twitter.com/0QsgjvslJ1
NEW: 'ADVENTURES IN NORTH WALES' PODCASTs...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 16, 2020
'Go North Wales' - the official North Wales Tourist Information Site - has launched a series of podcasts in which Megan Llyn explores North Wales. Episode 3 features N.W. Wales & the F&WHR... More information @https://t.co/hc56xNK7qp pic.twitter.com/tZyM0xujnx
Tan y Bwlch station yesterday. I am definitely not a train geek, my life has just led me here - beautiful steam engines, stunning locations and great nostalgia @festrail @cjparry #Snowdonia pic.twitter.com/nYRnK28iKo— Sarah Parry (@SarahWoods66) September 13, 2020
A GENTLE REMINDER...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 11, 2020
There has been an update from the Welsh Government regarding the use of face masks and social distancing, so this is an opportune time to confirm the situation at our stations and on our trains.
From Monday Sept 14th...
Continues @https://t.co/WVR2M5yvHC pic.twitter.com/qfgZsl1rUI
TRAINS RUNNING ON BOTH RAILWAYS - BOOK YOUR TICKETS ONLINE..!— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 9, 2020
Bookings for seats on these trains are being released in stages to ensure we provide a service that complies with changes in guidelines.
Full details of current F&WHR services are available @ https://t.co/iV2mn9nEpq pic.twitter.com/tVNAzUDZdu
CURRENT F&WHR CHILD FARES...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 9, 2020
Under 3yrs old:
Ffestiniog Railway £1
Welsh Highland Rly £2
Adult fares apply from 16th birthday.
Unfortunately, due to the failure of a locomotive, there is disruption to today's train services:— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) September 8, 2020
• The 13:15 train has only just left Porthmadog
• The 14:20 train will run, but will be delayed till around 15:00 (or slightly later)
• The 15:25 train has been cancelled. pic.twitter.com/FllwnI7Sd6