Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways

November 29th 2017

Our Top 5 Gifts for Christmas

Pullman Afternoon Tea with Prosecco - The perfect gift this Christmas! Treat the one you love with tea for two on a historic steam train through the delights of the Snowdonia National Park with the added sparkle of Prosecco. Travelling first class from Caernarfon in one of our luxury Pullman carriages, you will travel 50 miles through the heart of Snowdonia National Park pulled by a historic steam train. Enjoy free tea and coffee as you pass the foot of Snowdon and the picture postcard village of Beddgelert, then through the stunning Aberglaslyn Pass and on to Porthmadog. After discovering the delights of Porthmadog you will board the train for the return journey, where afternoon tea will be served at your seat.
Fairlie Locomotives of North Wales by David Payling. This book describes the history and career in service of each of the eight Fairlies, single and double, built for service on the Festiniog and the North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways in Victorian and Edwardian days.
I Tried To Run A Little Railway - Managing the Ffestiniog Railway 1991 to 1996 - The long awaited new book from Gordon Rushton. Here are things you never knew about the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway. This spirited and intimate account of the running of the Ffestiniog, the origins of the Welsh Highland, the turbulent times of the 1990s, could not be told for 20 years - now you can know the secrets too.
A Year in the Life of the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways - 2017. This programme has been made by the F&WHR company to show some of the main events of this busy & exciting year. It has been shot with unparalleled access to the railways and on this disk you will see both railways' routes, rolling stock and special events, including behind the scenes footage
An excellent value HOe/009 starter set. Contents: 1 Steam Locomotive, 2 waggons, 1 plug-in power supply unit, 1 electric controller, Track oval: 12 curved tracks, 4 straight tracks.

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