After 80 years of silence, Welsh Pony returned to steam on Saturday 27 June 2020. With Wales still in ‘lockdown’ as a result of Covid-19, only a handful were able to physically attend at Boston Lodge to witness the event, but thousands tuned into live streams online during the day. For those of you who […]
Diesel, the clothing company, was founded in Italy in 1978. Today, a t-shirt featuring the original Diesel Logo costs around £45. We can offer you something far more unique and special however – T-shirts featuring the Original Diesel – Kerr Stuart 4415. Even better, they’re yours for just £15 plus p&p! Warhol-esq in design, they’re […]
While train services are unfortunately temporarily suspended, we’re happy to report the Spring edition of the Group Journal is now out and heading your way. Amongst other things, it includes a proposed new Constitution for the group, something which would be required if the Group were to become a charity – an idea the committee […]
The latest Heritage Group Journal is now out and includes an obituary for Eileen Clayton, updates on the KS4415 and Waggon Tracks projects, and a transcript of a document giving details of the railway in the 1850s.
The Boston Lodge redevelopment scheme received a boost just before Christmas with the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) announcing it had given first round approval for a series of works which will both help safeguard some of the most historical buildings on the site, and open it up to those keen to explore the Railway’s […]
Welcome to the new Festiniog Railway Heritage Group Website. We’re not quite sure whether to call it a rebuild or a restoration of the old site, but we hope you like the new look. It’s still a work in progress, but feel free to leave a comment if there’s anything you think is missing? And […]
Need to easily transfer digital files or store them safely somewhere? We have the perfect solution! Our Sales page includes a wide range of items including our unique Double Engine 32Gb USB Memory Sticks (above) and these special Gomm badges (right) depicting Kerr Stuart 4415.
Coach restoration, weed killing and Bessie Jones gathering visitors for tea at her station cottage at Tan-y-Bwlch are all on view in this amateur film footage from 1956. It can be viewed freely on the British Film Institute website.