Two separate railways, little in gauge, large in appeal. The 13½-mile Ffestiniog from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog one of Wales's best-loved Great Little Trains, was originally built to carry slate. The Welsh Highland from Caernarfon to Porthmadog travels through some of Snowdonia's most breathtaking mountain scenery and the show-stopping Aberglaslyn Pass - a whopping 25 miles from start to finish, making it Britain's longest heritage railway. Visit Snowdonia
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The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways official website
The Welsh Highland Railway Society project website
Barrie Hughes's Welsh Highland Railway project construction pages - an exellent independant website
The Welsh Highland Heritage Railway website
A selection of Welsh Highland Railway YouTube links
Phase 4 Trackbed filmed by 'gruntyfluster' September 2005
From upper 'S' curves to Beddgelert (selections) by 'peter15871'
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v19.1 :: January 2018