0-4-0 ST-T (Saddle tank steamlocomotive with tender) # 2 "Prince" of the Ffestiniog Railway is leaving Porthmadog with a photo charter train. The locomotive was built in 1863 by George E... (more)
Double Fairlie 0-4-4-0 T steamlocomotive "Merddin Emrys" of the Ffestiniog Railway is pulling a very long photo charter freight over the cob (dam) between Porthmadog and Boston Lodge. A... (more)
Double Fairlie 0-4-4-0 T steamlocomotive "Merddin Emrys" of the Ffestiniog Railway is pulling a very long photo charter freight through the deviation spiral of Dduallt. A Double Fairlie ... (more)
Double Fairlie "Merddin Emrys" was built in 1879 and has spent its entire working life on the Festiniog Railway.
End of the shift. The light is fading fast as Ffestiniog railway's locomotive, Merddin Emrys,heads out of the station for the shed at Boston Lodge, iall the coaches are ready for the services for ... (more)
Double Fairly No.12, 'David Lloyd George' climbs towards Tan-y-Bwlch station on the Ffestiniog Railway. You can watch a video of this scene here: https://youtu.be/CZf8YpzyG6k
In the very last sunrays, Double Fairlie steamlocomotive "David Lloyd George" is pulling the 1860' vintage "Victorian" train over the Cob between Porthmadog and Boston Lodge.
Double Fairlie 0-4-4-0 steamlocomotive "David Lloyd George" is leaving Porthmadog with the green passenger train bound for Beddgelert. This street running train was a photo charter.
Double Fairlie "David Lloyd George" on the way to Beddgelert.
2-4-0 "Linda" of the Ffestiniog Railway with the 1860' vintage "Victorian" trainset near Campbell's platform.
0-4-0 saddle tanks "Palmerston" and Prince" of the "small England" class are pulling an empty slate waggons train up the mountain near Campbell's platform.
After a full day on the line, "Double Fairlie" David Lloyd George is serviced in front of the Boston Lodge shed.
"Palmerston" and "Prince" of the "Small England class" with a train of empty slate waggons are rounding the spiral in Dduallt on the way up to Blaenau Ffestiniog. Bot... (more)
The Ffestiniog Railway was opened in 1836 mainly for the transport of slate from different quarries around Blaenau Ffestiniog down to the harbour of Porthmadog for shipment abroad. The line was bu... (more)