Ffestiniog & Welsh Railway
The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways let passengers recapture the romance of train travel of the past as they wind through 40 miles of scenic railway. You can witness the beauty of the majestic Snowdonia National Park from within the old-fashioned steam engine and luxury carriages of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. And if you can’t be there in person? Get a taste of it with these three live webcams.
Harbour Station Cam
Porthmadog Harbour railway station is incredibly quaint terminus for the two rail lines. Rebuilt in 2014, the station consists of two small buildings to welcome passengers embarking and disembarking from the trains. From this high definition feed, you can watch the trains as they pull in and leave, and see passengers as they wait for trains.
Minffordd Down are actually two adjacent stations that function completely independently of each other. From this live feed, you can watch the transport interchange where passengers disembark from buses to catch their train. Available night and day, the feed is much more active during daytime hours when trains and buses are running.
Tan y Bwlch Down Cam
Tan y Bwlch Down is the principal intermediate station for the Ffestiniog Railway. This static cam points down the tracks to the passenger footbridge, just beyond which you can see the station’s lovely little café. The high definition cam captures passing carriages and waiting passengers, as well as the changing flora and fauna. While available during the evening, there is little light for the camera to see by.