Latest News from the F&WHR...

August 22nd 2018

Reduced access at Caernarfon Station - Wednesday 29th August – Tuesday 4th September

Construction work on our new Booking Office at Caernarfon Station is nearing completion. However, between Wednesday 29th August and Tuesday 4th September, due to essential civil engineering works, reduced access will be in operation at Caernarfon Station.

July 24th 2018

Here Comes Summer...

This week sees the start of our High Summer timetable - with lots of trains to ride and lots of things to do, you'll be able to make the most of the long summer days. Check out our events pages for details of our summer evening excursions - and our timetables are also online to help you plan your day. Come along and enjoy a great time in Snowdonia - we'd love to see you here!

July 20th 2018

Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways steam into Shrewsbury

The Shrewsbury Flower Show – claimed to be the world’s longest-running flower show - takes place on the 10th & 11th August this year and joining in the celebrations will be a steam locomotive nearly as old.

July 18th 2018

New carriage 120 enters service

The latest addition to the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways' carriage fleet has entered service thanks to a generous donation from Ffestiniog Travel that funded the entire build.

July 1st 2018

Replica Baldwin 2-4-2 locomotive ‘Lyn’ to star at Welsh Highland Railway Super Power

We are pleased to be able to confirm that courtesy of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway and the 762 Club, replica Baldwin 2-4-2 locomotive Lyn is to visit the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways in September.

June 14th 2018

Latest Hunslet 125 visitor announced… Beddgelert to Beddgelert!

The Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways are delighted to announce the return of a long-lost locomotive as its latest visitor to the Hunslet 125 event over 22nd to 24th June. This legendary Hunslet 0-6-4ST NWNGR locomotive will travel to the beautiful Beddgelert station for the first time!

May 24th 2018

Red lights mean stop… They really mean stop!

Britannia Bridge in Porthmadog is at the heart of the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways’ network. Ever since the 26-mile-long Welsh Highland Railway re-opened to the town October 2010, the bridge has seen regular use by trains.

May 4th 2018

Taking the Seaside to Birmingham New Street...

...with the Great Little Trains of Wales and Arriva Trains Wales.