Latest News & Upcoming Events
VINTAGE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB
TO VISIT THE TEIFI VALLEY RAILWAY
The West South Wales Section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club are planning to visit The Teifi Valley Railway on Saturday, 6th July at 11 a.m.
The majority of their motor cycles are British and date from the 1920’s. There will be people from around the UK with them and also a few visitors from Belgium.
This promises to be an interesting visit and we are sure that members of the club will be pleased to answer any questions you may have.
Anyone interested in joining in with the Club should contact Chris Thomas on 07974373987.
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
Our 1894 built 0-4-0ST Hunslett
Our platform at Forest Halt has now been fully refurbished and has welcomed it's first visitors.
THE JOURNEY TO PONT
Work has been progressing tirelessly in a bid to reach Pontprenshitw Station. Sleepers,ballast and rail have been laid which means we are progressing well and it should not be much longer before our trains can carry passengers to this destination as we only have about 130 yards to go.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to
Jonathan and Liz Mann of Launceston Steam Railway
for donating this fabulous sign and tickets.
THE BUSY BEE CAFE
A warm welcome awaits you at our popular Busy Bee Cafe where we now have a beautiful new kitchen with lovely modern units, worktops and splashbacks, the majority of which were fitted by one of our Volunteer Member's, Alan Weavin, with assistance from other Volunteers.
Friendly staff will be happy to serve you with great
coffee and yummy cakes, etc.
We look forward to seeing you.
Two of our Volunteers, Gail & Terry, were mowing the
Park area when they uncovered some paving which
turned out to be part of the original GWR Platform.
They continued excavating and revealed the original
stonework which will be used as seating for a picnic
We are delighted to say that Sammy, our 1959 Motor Rail diesel, came back into service on Fathers' Day after an absence of several years. It was great to see this lovely engine carrying passengers again.