The Fairbourne Steam Railway website -
helping you make the most of your day out.
No trains running in November and December except the Santa Specials on December 21st & 22nd 2013.
Please join us for this magical two day event.
Adults ——— £5.50 Children———£7.50
Presents for the children.
Mince pie & seasonal drink for the adults.
Fairbourne Railway would like to thank all our visitors in 2013 for helping to keep the railway alive. We hope to see you all in 2014 and please check the website on a regular basis for future events.
Welcome to the Fairbourne Railway
The Fairbourne Railway has been running from Fairbourne village to the mouth of the Mawddach Estuary, connecting with the ferry to Barmouth for over 100 years. It started as a two foot gauge horse-drawn tramway which was then converted to a 15 inch gauge railway in 1916. The line in 1984 was completely re built to a 12.25 inch gauge.
QUICK LINKS TO THE TIMETABLE.
2014 TIMETABLE - To view click here
2014 TIMETABLE PDF DOWNLOAD CLICK HERE
FOOTPLATE RIDES. Have you ever wanted to ride "Up front" with the Driver ?. Well now you can.
Ask when booking your tickets or contact the Railway to book in advance by telephone on 01341 250362
VISIT FAIRBOURNE RAILWAY'S ONLINE SHOP Click Here
Try the Jigsaw and see if you can do it in record time.
If you would like to help with fundraising for Fairbourne Railway why not click the easyfundraising link above. Just follow the simple instructions below and start shopping.
Did you know........
The village film club donate all proceeds (after overheads ) to the Fairbourne Railway. The Film Club meet in the Village Hall on the 1st and 3rd Saturday's of the month for 2pm Matinees showing classic films. Membership is just £1.00 and £3.50 on the day including refreshments. Please support the Film Club and help Fairbourne Railway at the same time.
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