Here’s a collection of articles about the Ffestiniog Railway Society’s work. They can be linked to pages and items around the site but are have a distinct place within the navigation.
26 March 2018
As the Earl of Merioneth heads into the retirement, the last trains will be on Sunday 8th April 2018, see the Ffestiniog Railway website for details.
Keep an eye on the roster – it is currently still in service and expected to be running over Easter Weekend.See full article »
27 February 2018
A glimpse into Boston Lodge works showing some of the less glamorous inhabitants, the diesels.See full article »
27 June 2017
Continuing progress on the reactivation of Welsh Pony, with a significant milestone of the boiler in the frames. Further funding is required.See full article »
20 May 2017
More updates from Ron Walker on the regular working parties on the drains infrastructureSee full article »
26 April 2017
Latest update on the continuing restoration of Welsh Pony.See full article »
16 March 2017
Working Party report from the March Drains Gang working party. Involving further trips up the line with ballast.See full article »
13 March 2017
Latest update on the £170,000 project to restore 1867 England loco to steam.See full article »
02 March 2017
The February Drains Gang working party, at various sites starting at Tan y Bwlch and moving up the line.See full article »
20 February 2017
Over the weekend of 28/29 January, the Waggontracks team was working with the Permanent Way gang just below Penrhyn Station, helping to remove the last remaining bullhead track on the Ffestiniog RailwaySee full article »
12 February 2017
A look into the very nearly complete Minffordd workshop, funded entirely by the Ffestiniog Railway SocietySee full article »
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