Sales – Terms and Conditions

Welsh Highland Railway Heritage Group

Sales – Terms and Conditions

1. Prices are valid at the time of placing the order, but are subject to change without notice. Although we make every effort to ensure advertised prices are correct, there may be occasions where an incorrect price is advertised. Under these circumstances we are not obliged to supply goods at the advertised price where there is an error in any said price. Please note that prices advertised are VAT- inclusive.

2. Delivery of goods that are in stock will usually be within seven days. Items out of stock will be placed on back order and supplied when available, unless otherwise stated when placing an order. New items will be supplied as soon as stock becomes available. Any item on back order can be cancelled at any time. If an item is not available for dispatch within 7 days of receiving your order we will send e-mail advice of the expected dispatch date to you.

3. Delivery will be by the Royal Mail.

4. Mainland UK orders are sent carriage free. Overseas customers are asked contribute to carriage costs. We will not be liable for any duty or import taxes that may occur. Please note that carriage is calculated primarily by weight, the heavier the items ordered, the higher the carriage charge will be.

5. Full payment must be made in advance of delivery by Paypal (or Visa/ Delta, MasterCard, Switch via Paypal). We do not accept payment by Diners Club or American Express, and some debit cards may not be usable for mail order transactions. If you cannot pay by credit or debit card please send your completed order form with cheque payable to “Welsh Highland Heritage” to:

Welsh Highland Heritage Sales,

c/o Adrian Gray,

25 The Pound,




NN13 5HG.


Overseas postage rates on application to

Cheques should be made payable to “Welsh Highland Heritage”. If a payment is made and subsequently dishonoured, a charge of £15 will be levied.

6. For security reasons, when placing an order, you must give your full name, address and postcode, which must be the same as that held by the payment card company.

7. If you are not satisfied with any goods purchased from us, they may be returned within eight days of receipt for a refund, providing you have notified us in writing of your intention to return items in person, by phone, by post, or by e-mail within these eight days. The goods must be returned to the above address and the cost of packing and returning any goods will be at the customer’s expense. Please use a suitable service when returning goods, as we cannot be held responsible for any returned goods lost in transit. We must receive goods within 14 days of receipt, and any goods returned must be received by us in the condition they where received by the customer. Sealed boxes must be intact, (a good guideline is that you may do no more with the goods than you would be able to do when examining or buying goods over the counter in a shop). A full refund will be made within 21 days of the goods being received back by us, less any carriage charge if delivery was outside the UK or if a ‘next day’ service was used by request, providing the previous conditions are observed. This condition does not affect your rights on the return of faulty goods.

  1. Any details held will be used only by Welsh Highland Railway Heritage Group and will not be passed on to any other parties. Occasionally we may send you details of special offers, promotions or new price lists. If you would rather not be part of any of these direct mailings, please state this when ordering.

Welsh Highland Railway Heritage Group

c/o Adrian Gray,

25 The Pound,




NN13 5HG.

AGM 2017

The 20th AGM of the Group took place at 1400 hrs on Sunday 30th April 2017 in the Glaslyn Room of the Ganolfan,  Porthmadog. The Agenda and Mintues of the Previous meeting had already been distributed to members. To download the financial statements click here

Ghosts of Aberglaslyn

This  latest publication from the Group is  now on sale and is a best seller.

The new  book by John Manners tells the fascinating story of the Porthmadog, Beddgelert and South Snowdon Railway. It tells of the aspirations, the politics and the achievements of the company which never ran a train but nevertheless left its mark on the later WHR. To order by post, print out the Order Form or better still, order online from our Sales page.

Tryfan Junction

For the first time, vintage trains were scheduled to stop at Tryfan Junction during the Superpower Gala weekend in September 2016. A photo opportunity was arranged there, and the Friends laid on tea and biscuits to accompany the display in the station building.

It’s a lovely spot and it’s a fantastic building to show people, as well as being at the start of the Slate Trail. Friends of Tryfan Junction is a very informal organisation, formalities are kept to a minimum but, if you’ve not already had one, you will need a safety induction, which can easily be organised.Contact Mike Hadley, 01386 792877/07860 828876

Beddgelert Water Tank

Cedric Lodge has now brought the tank into commission and the first locos watered there over the Superpower weekend

Autumn 2015: Nick Booker appointed to F&WHR Heritage Ltd Board

Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways Heritage Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Booker to the board of the Company. He replaces David Allan who has been a member of the board since 2005.

Nick is a specialist in strategic marketing and visitor attractions, including museums, and a director of Attract Marketing Ltd. He has extensive business experience in a career covering business development, marketing strategy, market research and market planning. Before beginning a career in consultancy, he held various business development roles in a number of companies, including Dunlop. He is a member of the Tourism Society and the Bristol Archaeology Society and has a keen interest in military history.

Nick has had a long involvement with the Welsh Highland Railway. He is a former director of Welsh Highland Railway (1964) Ltd and is now Chairman of the Welsh Highland Railway Heritage Group.


We have republished The Buffet Car book fully revised and updated by Peter Liddell – see Sales page – priced at £15.00

Wheellers Day has also been re-printed and is now available – see Sales page


The Group has made its first donation (of 3) to KS4415, the Kerr Stuart diesel restoration project:













Work continues on the Cambrian Crossing Box at Pen y Mount under the guidance of Mike Hadley and it should be complete by Spring 2016:

Award for Tryfan Junction restoration

The  Group has won the 2014  Volunteers’ Award offered by National Railway Heritage Awards for the restoration of Tryfan Junction Station building.The award was announced at the national awards ceremony in London on 3rd December 2014. It comes with a blue commemorative plaque and a cheque for £1500 towards the expense of restoration. The plaque will be erected and unveiled at a later date.
Many have commented that John Keylock would have relished the occasion, and the award is a tribute to his vision in taking forward the restoration.

For a full report see here

For details of the restoration, see the Project page.

Members’ Email addresses

A message from Michael Hadley,  Assistant Secretary to the Group:

Dear Members,

We have never asked for your email addresses but on a number of occasions a list would have been helpful. If you are willing to let the Group have your email address please send an email to

Mike Hadley:

We give the following undertakings:

1) We will not sell, give away or otherwise dispose of your email address to anyone outside of the Group.
2) If we do send out emails to more than a few of you at any one time, we will send them ‘blind copy’ to reduce the likelihood of spam.