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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Today's picture goes back to 2013 and a photo-charter ahead of the @festrail Steam 150 Gala. Three England 0-4-0STs rest at Boston Lodge, though just one of them, 'Palmerston' was in working order! Hopefully that will change later in the year when 'Welsh Pony' steams again. pic.twitter.com/otTSWJqCH8— Narrow Gauge World (@NarrowGaugeWrld) March 26, 2020
ON THIS DAY - 26th March 2014...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) March 26, 2020
On a beautiful Spring morning, the daffodils are in bud and the Station House log pile is getting larger, as 'Linda' and 'Taliesin' steam into Minffordd Station...
More info available @ https://t.co/LTkHbyEVZI pic.twitter.com/inkYin3kGh
Covid-19 Emergency Appeal: We need your help - Your support is highly valued by the whole F&WHR family. Please read - https://t.co/18NzsScOfa - and please retweet. Thank you
Whilst we sadly can't travel on The Ffestiniog, I can paint it. Will do a large watercolour of this shot I took of Linda pulling the gravity train up at last years Victorian Weekend. @festrail #wales #Steam pic.twitter.com/jFhXBRNiEr— Mark Buck (@markbuck) March 25, 2020
Please note that as from the 24th March, the Ffestiniog Travel Team will be working from home. We will be available Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm. Details of how to contact us can be found by clicking https://t.co/cVKyHfMmHf— Ffestiniog Travel (@FfestiniogTrvl) March 25, 2020
ON THIS DAY - 25th March 2011...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) March 25, 2020
Double Fairlie 'Merddin Emrys' rolls into Minffordd Station with the 'Eryri Venturer' special, passing the huge oak tree that grows through the platform here.
More details @ https://t.co/KzpkYv8ZYf pic.twitter.com/b4uW8kxncD
Last week the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways closed down public train operations and immediately closed all cafés and bars when guided to do so by UK government. Some forty seasonal staff...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) March 24, 2020
continues @ https://t.co/yA9hjPG5GL
Please read..! pic.twitter.com/9SLwJlLkAB
The railway runs through areas of restricted clearance and visibility. Trains weigh a lot more than a car and cannot stop in the way that a car can. Do not put the health of yourself - and our staff - at risk by walking along the railway.— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) March 23, 2020