Ffestiniog Railway - 150 Years of Passenger Trains.

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  1. 45669

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    Afternoon All,

    As some of you may be aware, the Ffestiniog Railway has been celebrating 150 years of passenger carrying over the May Bank Holiday weekend. Each day had a different theme with the emphasis on different eras.

    Friday was the Victorian era, Saturday was the 1920s/1930s Colonel Stevens era, Sunday was the 1950s/1960s early preservation era and Monday was the 1980s era. I have already started to put some pictures on Flickr but with lots more to follow as time permits. However, if anyone would like to see those that are already on the www, this is the first one in the Photostream :

    [​IMG]RD10814. PRINCE at Tanybwlch. by Ron Fisher, on Flickr

    They can also be found in this Album :

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/train-pix/sets/72157652288030932

    Hope that they are of interest.
     
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    Hi Ron,

    The pictures look fantastic!

    I was also at Porthmadog Harbour Station, took some good footage over the weekend. A new blogpost will be up soon and Video on Youtube by the end of the weekend!

    Again, the pictures look fantastic

    Michael
     
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    Morning All,

    I know that it's now nearly August, but I have finally managed to get the final selection of pictures from the May Bank Holiday on Flickr. This is the first one in the Photostream :

    [​IMG]RD10817. PRINCE at Tanybwlch. by Ron Fisher, on Flickr

    I have also split the albums into two so as not to have too many pictures in one album. The pictures from Friday and Saturday are in this album :

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/train-pix/sets/72157652288030932/

    and the pictures from Sunday and Monday are in this album :

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/train-pix/sets/72157656027351120

    Hope that they're still of interest.
     
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