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.
18 October 2015
Some of the recent volunteer activity in the worksSee full article »
20 August 2015
Some views from the June working party to replace some of the cladding on Rhiw Goch signalbox.See full article »
12 August 2015
A snapshot of some of the activity carried out during the annual Kids Training Week, held the first week of August.See full article »
30 July 2015
More views of the new paintwork on Taliesin.See full article »
13 July 2015
Over the weekend of 4/5 July, Prince attended the 150th anniversary celebrations at the Talyllyn Railway, accompanied by fellow Porthmadog visitor Russell.See full article »
18 June 2015
A last push to get the appeal over the line, with the shed design for 200 heritage vehicles completed, an order placed and space cleared in Minffordd yard.See full article »
29 May 2015
Spring Bank holiday weekend activities. This had to be one of the most varied work activity working parties in a long time; one minute planting FR heritage back on the railway, then moving a tin structure around the yard, followed later by replacing municipal street furniture opposite Cob Records…and more!See full article »
18 May 2015
Working party report and a special trip to Sussex to collect a gifted piece of FR signalling history.See full article »
20 April 2015
A test gravity train was run on Good Friday, hauled up to Dduallt by Blanche.
The good news is gravity passed its test.See full article »
13 April 2015
Following the approval of the £235,000 spend by the Ffestiniog Railway Society on the new Minffordd workshop, work has begun on the preparation of the ground for the construction to start.
This work was carried out over the Easter weekend with many machines in use to provide the foundations and drainage required before erection of the shed can commence.See full article »
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