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.
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 »
26 August 2016
The volunteer input into the new Waggon Tracks shed has been ongoing, and now the first occupants have arrived.See full article »
09 August 2016
Construction of the boiler is well underway and the tender parts are ready for assembly.See full article »
15 July 2016
Damaged by the falling of a tree in the aftermath of Storm Frank at the beginning of the year, the station building has been repaired by railway staff.See full article »
25 June 2016
A major project completed in time for the Spring Bank Holiday was the repainting of Tan y Bwlch road bridge.See full article »
07 May 2016
Old Company locos Moelwyn and Simplex Mary Ann are in France, along with the WW1 speeder Busta, at the Froissy Cappy Dompiere Railway.See full article »
21 April 2016
Some interesting shots of Boston Lodge from above, showing how it fits into the small space at the end of the Cob.See full article »
19 April 2016
After a reporting gap, the latest update from the Signals and Telecoms team, from the 2/3 April.See full article »
22 March 2016
A look at the new Waggon Tracks shed, for which over £90,000 has been raised.
Construction commenced in 2015, now fitting out and electrics underway, along with trackwork outside.See full article »
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