16 August 2016
New saloon carriage built in time to attend Southport Flower Show as its first engagement.
09 August 2016
A short update on the current status of the restoration of Welsh Pony to operating condition.
03 August 2016
The original goods shed, long time home of the Permanent Way department, is seeing extensive renovation.
15 July 2016
Damaged in the aftermath of Storm Frank in the winter, Dduallt Station building has now been repaired.
See some before and after here.
25 June 2016
Finished in time for the Spring Bank Holiday, some views of the project to repaint Tan y Bwlch road bridge.
17 June 2016
The Chancellor of the Exchequer visits the Ffestiniog Railway.
26 May 2016
Work continues on the welding of the new boiler in Boston Lodge Works.
09 May 2016
Some views over the AGM weekend at the beginning of May.
The visiting Darjeeling tank loco 19B saw extensive use on many shuttles and special services.
Some photos available in the gallery.
07 May 2016
Scenes from France on the Somme, where WW1 locos Mary Ann and Moelwyn are currently performing on the Froissy Cappy Dompiere Railway.
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TIME AND TIDE...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) August 14, 2018
Well, after all, we are based in Harbour Station - but this is more about the time of year than the state of the tide. We may well be in the middle of summer, but it's time to publish our 'winter' timetables, for the period from September though to March 2019... pic.twitter.com/PkLGOiwdVS
@festrail— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) August 14, 2018
Loving our Past,
Living in the Present,
Looking to the Future...
An 18 year old man has been arrested for burglary at the Welsh Highland Railway office, the sailing club & the Harbour Masters Office in #Caernarfon. Another man also 18 has been arrested on suspicion of burglary at the Harbour office. Both have been released under investigation.— NWP Caernarfon area (@NWPCaernarfon) August 13, 2018
We are appealing for information after the Welsh Highland Railway ticket office in St Helens Road #Caernarfon was broken into overnight August 8 & 9.— NWP Caernarfon area (@NWPCaernarfon) August 9, 2018
If you have any information contact https://t.co/ZCbcEFE138 quoting reference 18300083901. https://t.co/kHagnx4TCV pic.twitter.com/SseJNqxteZ
Despite the vandalism at Ty Seiont, trains have run as normal today... We're pleased to confirm that - after a great team effort - the Caernarfon Booking Office / Gift Shop will be open for business as normal in the morning..!— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) August 9, 2018
Ooh, we were so excited at the news that we didn't spot that 'conform' should be 'confirm'...
CAERNARFON BOOKING OFFICE UPDATE...— Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (@festrail) August 9, 2018
In the light of the latest news, we are very happy to conform that Caernarfon Booking Office will be open as normal in the morning...
See more @ https://t.co/4BFtptOpwX
Thanks everyone / Diolch yn fawr pawb... pic.twitter.com/CpnJrYeXMk