News and Events
Latest News from the F&WHR...
August 7th 2017 : Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway steams into Shrewsbury
July 20th 2017 : Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways secures National Lottery support
July 6th 2017 : Try our 'Early Bird' departure with Continental Breakfast!
June 22nd 2017 : Spooner's Summer Offers!
June 9th 2017 : The Festiniog Railway Company needs your help to complete 1914-18 war service records
We look forward to welcoming you to these special events. Please note that details are continuously being updated, and you are advised to call the booking office for the latest availability.
The summer holidays start here with our programme of events and activities for all the family to enjoy...
Come along and join us at Dinas Station on the Welsh Highland Railway, for a celebration of classic cars, motorcycles and other historic vehicles. This fun-packed day now features a fantastic display of over EIGHTY vehicles..!
An Evening with the 'Del Sharrons'... Put your sneakers on and get set to rock 'n' roll as this 1950s style group - a five piece band from Leicester who provide a great evening's entertainment - join us again by popular request...
The Snowdonia National Park through which the railway runs is well known for its stunning and varied landscapes which of course can be admired from the train during daylight hours, but are you aware that Wales now leads the world in the percentage of its territory enjoying protected status for its night skies?
On Friday September 15th, we present an evening with award winning dark sky photographer Kris Williams.
The Ffestiniog Railway shares the Cob - a mile long embankment - with the road into Porthmadog. You may have driven along it, ridden over it, now here is your chance to run it!
A trail half-marathon race which follows the route of the railway from Tanygrisiau to Porthmadog. A ‘Family and Friends’ train runs alongside to cheer on the competitors.
The Ffestiniog Railway is a living museum. We have been running passenger trains since Victorian times and many of those older vehicles have been lovingly preserved, so what better way to show them off than to have a weekend dedicated to that wonderful era?
Our ever-popular Halloween trains are back again this year - with three evenings of Fiendish Family Frolics; filled with creepy costumes, crazy capers and chilling competitions...
December brings the annual visit of Santa and his elves - join them for a trip along the line.