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This northerly view 14/4/14 shows No.138 drifting down towards Beddgelert Forest Campsite at 1116. Most of the services leading up to the Easter Bank Holiday weekend were hauled by Nos. 87/143 so this was a relatively rare outing for the red Garratt. The train was due to depart Beddgelert at 1125. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Barrie Hughes and was taken on a Kodak DX6490 digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Welcome to Version 4 of this website, launched on September 8 2004 with news about work on Phase 4 of the WHR scheme. In addition to this Stop Press page and a Phase 1/2 page, there are 9 location pages, covering the Phase 3 works between Waunfawr and Rhyd Ddu. There are a further 9 pages covering Phase 4, the full route through Beddgelert, the Aberglaslyn Pass and on to Porthmadog, including the Traeth Mawr to Pen-y-Mount works recently constructed by the WHHR with three regularly updated map links for this area by Laurence Armstrong.

Finally, there are pages covering 'Phase 5', Views from the Line, the history of the abandoned PBSSR works around Beddgelert, Archived News and a Contacts page for volunteers. Another page covers the current operation of the WHHR southwest from Pen-y-Mount.

 

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The above OS map shows the route through the Aberglaslyn Pass and Beddgelert. Click on the image to enlarge. Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.

Click here to use the free OS Get-a-map service.

Route section pages

Listed below are links to pages featuring progress on different sections of the line or archive views. Jump ahead to News section or follow the section links from page to page. Please note that access to the links below was restored on 2/9/04 at the new website www.isengard.co.uk

 

Phase 4 pages

Rhyd Ddu to Pont Cae'r Gors (updated 29/6/06)

Pont Cae'r Gors to Hafod Ruffydd Halt (new 8/10/06)

Hafod Ruffydd Halt to Beddgelert Forest Halt (updated 4/12/06)

Beddgelert Forest Halt to Beddgelert Station (updated 1/7/07)

Beddgelert Station Area (updated 30/6/07)

Beddgelert Station to Bryn-y-felin (updated 1/7/07)

Aberglaslyn Pass (updated 2/7/07)

Nantmor to Pont Croesor (updated 16/7/07)

Pont Croesor to Pen-y-Mount (updated 1/4/07)

WHR (Porthmadog) (updated 1/4/07)

Porthmadog Cross Town Link (updated1/4/07)

 

Other pages

'Phase 6' page (new 2/4/06)

Views from the Line Page (updated 26/2/05)

PBSSR Works Historical Page (updated 25/3/05)

Rhyd Ddu Opening Page (New 14/2/04)

Archived News Page (updated 4/5/16)

Snow Scenes (updated 20/11/15)

Rolling Stock News Page (updated 28/12/04)

Phase 4 News Page (updated 3/3/05)

Volunteer Contact details page (updated 20/12/14)

Phase 2 and 3 page list (updated 27/8/08)

Video list (new 9/11/15)

Access to Phase 2 pages is currently being progressed.

 

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Disclaimer

There has never been any intent by myself to suggest that the views on these pages represent the views, opinions or policy of the FR, the WHRCL or the WHRS.

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News Section

WHR timetables

Click here for Laurence Armstrong's latest WHR North map dated 5/11/07

Click here for Laurence Armstrong's latest WHR Middle map dated 14/3/10

Click here for Laurence Armstrong's latest WHR South map dated 14/3/10

Click here for Mike Schumann's Phase 4 TWA maps courtesy of Steve Harris/WHRS

Click here for John Sreeves Gradient profile courtesy of Steve Harris/WHRS

Click here for Chainages and OS Map Reference

 

May Day Bank Holiday YouTube

Click on the YouTube link to 14 mins 27 secs of video showing some trains on the May Day Bank Holiday weekend event, including several WHR shots with the Pont Croesor shuttles, published 3/5/16. This video was taken by John Wooden (F&WHR). It is best watched at 1080p HD mode.

 

Tuesday Gang report 3/5/16

Tony Baker reports: On Tuesday 3/5/16 we were back at LC 24:46 at Dinas Works crossing where we finished off putting in a further 2 outer timbers. No.138 was on shed having a collapsed brick arch seen to so Castell Caernarfon hauled a reduced 6 car set to Porthmadog on the 10:00 from Caernarfon.

 

This northerly view (3/5/16) shows the Tuesday Gang removing old timbers from the accommodation crossing next to Dinas Loco Shed. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (3/5/16) shows the Tuesday Gang cutting new timbers to fit. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (3/5/16) shows the Tuesday Gang fitting new timbers to the crossing. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Lilla in Liverpool 2/5/16

This southerly view (1/5/16) shows Lilla hauling two bug boxes on the temporary track at Hartley Quay, Canning Dock, Liverpool as part of the celebrations at Albert Dock. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Gareth Jackson and was taken on an iPhone. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (1/5/16) shows Lilla hauling two bug boxes on the temporary track at Albert Dock as viewed from above in the Merseyside Maritime Museum. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Gareth Jackson and was taken on an iPhone. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Blanche withdrawn 1/5/16

Blanche was withdrawn for its 10 year boiler exam on 1/5/16 after a final turn during the May Day Bank Holiday weekend event.

 

This easterly view (1/5/16) shows Blanche returning to Boston Lodge with an ECS. This was its final working before withdrawal for a 10 year boiler exam. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright F&WHR and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Dinas access update 28-29/4/16

The Dinas Works access road has been reworked with a new tarmac surface. It had developed potholes in recent years. The surface was prepared on 28/4/16 and tarmaced on 29/4/16.

 

This northerly view (28/4/16) shows access to Dinas Loco Shed being prepared for resurfacing as seen from the Dinas road bridge. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Dai Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This southerly view (28/4/16) shows access to Dinas Loco Shed being prepared for resurfacing as seen from the Dinas station access. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Dai Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (29/4/16) shows access to Dinas Loco Shed being resurfaced as seen from the Dinas road bridge. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Dai Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (29/4/16) shows access to Dinas Loco Shed being resurfaced as seen from the Dinas road bridge. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Dai Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This southerly view (29/4/16) shows access to Dinas Loco Shed being resurfaced as seen from the Dinas station access. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Dai Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Lilla in Liverpool 28-29/4/16

Lilla arrived at the Albert Dock in Liverpool on 28/4/16 to run on a special track and promote the F&WHR during the May Day Bank Holiday weekend event. On 29/4/16 the loco hauled bug boxes Nos. 1/12 with local schoolchildren on a short track. Any photos would be appreciated.

 

May Bank Holiday trains 29/4/16-2/5/16

The FR May Bank Holiday event sees special trains this weekend including cab rides at Blaenau Ffestiniog. While Friday features no through WHR trains, FR Vintage Train shuttles operate to Pont Croesor with three evening workings. DHR No.19 hauled the vintage trains with 'parlor car' Carrabasset added to the rake for interest. There are no vintage trains to Pont Croesor on Saturday 30/4/16.

 

New train run 28/4/16

The F&WHR's new train was launched on 28/4/16. Linda hauled the four new carriages from Porthmadog to Tan y Bwlch, Beddgelert and back with special guests including Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Baron Dafydd Wigley, the High Sherriff and Lord Lieutenant of Gwynedd and Gwynedd County Councillors. See F&WHR website.

There was a report on ITV news at 1800 on Thursday 28/4/16. See ITV website and BBC website.

 

Team Wylfa report 26/4/16

Clive Briscoe reports: In unusually cold weather (for the end of April) the Team Wylfa two (Pete and myself) were at Dinas on Tuesday evening as normal. With a full set of thermals on and a padded coat to ward off the 30C and -5 or -6 if you take the wind chill factor into consideration!) and with hail battering down on the Carriage Shed roof, we did a visual exam of the E Set and then on with the main job of the evening.

Prototype Garratt, K1, is currently stored in the Carriage Shed out of use as it’s boiler ticket is expired and the boiler is partly de-tubed awaiting labour to continue with its 10 yearly overhaul. Last week, we gave the fore unit motion some TLC as there was a film of rust developing due to the damp winter. This week we set to and cleaned up the hind unit with emery and Scotchbrite pads and by knocking off time, it was again shiny with a coat of oil to keep it that way.

In the Loco Shed, it was noted that No.143 is back in and has been warmed through (to dry the new firebrick arch) and check for steam leaks. All the copper and brass has been cleaned too. The rear bunker is sitting on a DZ flat outside so it is expected that it will be fitted in the next day or so and the loco will start running in trials. In the north yard, the sidings have been relaid flat and just await ballasting.

 

No.143 news

Martin Kressman reports: A small fire was lit in the boiler of No. 143 on 26/4/16 allowing a full steam test to be carried out later. Once any steam leaks have been cured the bunker will be lifted into place using Dinas' resident "Loadall" vehicle.

 

Tuesday Gang report 26/4/16

Tony Baker reports: On Tuesday 26/4/16 we rebuilt the foot crossing outside the Dinas Engine shed LC 24:46. Previously this had been separated from the road crossing by a short distance but the lads from the shed wanted it to be one continuous crossing. As it was well rotted we were only too happy to oblige

 

This northerly view (26/4/16) shows the Tuesday Gang removing old timbers from the accommodation crossing next to Dinas Loco Shed. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (26/4/16) shows the Tuesday Gang reconstructing the accommodation crossing next to Dinas Loco Shed. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This southerly view (26/4/16) shows the completed accommodation crossing next to Dinas Loco Shed with piles of ash next to the headshunt. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

The Snowdonian YouTube 16/4/16

Click on the YouTube link to 11 mins 43 secs of video showing The Snowdonian Special Working, published 24/4/16. This video was taken by John Wooden (F&WHR). It is best watched at 1080p HD mode.

 

The Snowdonian YouTube videos

A number of YouTube videos are available showing The Snowdonian at various places on its journey.

 

Click on the YouTube link to 15 mins 55 secs of quadcopter aerial video 'rushes' showing The Snowdonian Special Working, published 18/4/16. This video was taken by Andrew Thomas (F&WHR). It is best watched at 1080p HD mode.

 

There are also a number of YouTube's available from F&WHR supporters.

 

See The Snowdonian by Matt Hall and The Snowdonian by Rhys Lawrence.

 

The Snowdonian Daily Post report

The Daily Post has a report and video on The Snowdonian. Click here for Daily Post report including a short video of the proceedings.

 

NG15 talk 21/4/16

If anyone in the Bristol area wants to know the history of the NG15’s and the restoration of No.134, Clive Briscoe giving a talk to the Ffestiniog Railway Society’s Bristol Group, on Thursday evening this week, 7pm at the BAWA Clubhouse, 589 Southmead Road, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7RG. Their website has a map showing how to get there - www.bawa.biz/bristol-entertainment-sports/

 

Team Wylfa report 19/4/16

Clive Briscoe reports: Well there was a working party on 19/4/16 thanks to Pip Clarke who drove up from Bedfordshire! It was a success thanks to Huw who welded 3 stub ends of 1˝" pipe into the 'No.134 pattern' triangular vac brake line flanges during his coffee breaks last week. The re-jig of the tender rear compartment vac tank lines is complete and now awaits the line under the RHS of the tank direct from the ejector in due course. Next week the team will clean off any cutting fluid from the pipe spools and flanges - degreasing them - and slap some primer over these new pipes prior to top coating in due course.

It only took us about 30 mins to screw the two stub pipes into the vac tank bosses then bolt the previously prepared cross connecting pipe onto the flanges. The third stub/flange was screwed into the downward facing end of the tee on the RHS of the tanks. This will receive the vac line from the ejector in due course. After that, since the Loco Shed is still out of bounds due to the reroofing project, we moved into the Carriage Shed and onto some TLC for K1. K1's rodding had gathered a bit of rust in places over the damp winter so I gave Pip some Scotchbrite pads and asked him to start polishing up the rods while I did a visual exam of the E Set carriages. Once I'd completed that I set to work on the rodding too. By finishing time we had polished and oiled the fore unit. Next week we will do the hind unit.

 

This Dinas Works view (19/4/16) shows No.134's re-jigged pipe connections in the rear compartment of the tender. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Clive Briscoe and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This Dinas Works view (19/4/16) shows No.134's re-jigged pipe connections in the rear compartment of the tender with the bracket awaiting the fitting of the train pipe. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Clive Briscoe and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi

 

Tuesday Gang report 19/4/16

Tony Baker reports: On Tuesday 19/4/16 we were again at Hafod-y-Llyn fitting new centre timbers at LC 51:53. The most time consuming part of this procedure is cutting out the notches to fit around the track fittings, in this case Pandrol clips. It was a warm sunny day with 8 volunteers. Trains ex-Porthmadog loaded as usual much better than ex-Caernarfon.

 

This northerly view (19/4/16) shows the Tuesday Gang reconstructing the accommodation crossing between Parry's pig farm and Hafod-y-llyn Halt. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This westerly view (19/4/16) shows the Tuesday Gang reconstructing the accommodation crossing between Parry's pig farm and Hafod-y-llyn Halt. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Tony Baker and was taken on an Olympus digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Dinas developments 15-19/4/16

Clive Briscoe reports: Out in the North Yard, a lot has been happening – Pete Waterman’s NGG16 No.109 has been moved further north to give more space for the HUGE tent about to be erected for the Rail Ale Festival in a few weeks’ time (See www.festrail.co.uk/content/publish/specialevents/372.shtml). The ‘hump’ in the sidings that were taken up a few weeks ago has been levelled and a new, level trackbed prepared with some sleepers and track already relaid.

Outside of the Goods Shed, No.143’s front tank and rear bunker, on a DZ flat, have been retrieved from the depths of the Carriage Shed and await reuniting with the loco itself – probably this week.

The Loco Shed reroofing is almost at an end with only capping and one end’s edge finish to complete then strike the scaffolding. It looks like the project has gone well.

 

This Dinas Works view (15/4/16) shows the re-roofing nearing completion. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright D Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This Dinas Goods Shed view (15/4/16) shows No.143 being reassembled. The loco had been moved here for completion whilst Dinas works was unavailable due to the reroofing project. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright D Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This Dinas Goods Shed view (15/4/16) shows No.143's fire bars and other components. The loco had been moved here whilst Dinas works was unavailable due to the reroofing project. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright D Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly Dinas North Yard view (16/4/16) shows the former storage area in the yard being cleared and levelled in advance of the Beer Festival. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright D Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly Dinas North Yard view (16/4/16) shows the former storage area in the yard being cleared and levelled in advance of the Beer Festival. This also shows the former BR Llanwnda signal which was donated a few years ago. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright D Jones and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

The Snowdonian 16/4/16

This northerly view (16/4/16) shows Carrabasset on the rear of The Snowdonian at 1227 having arrived at Beddgelert on a fine day with fresh snow on the tops of the mountains. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Barrie Hughes and was taken on a Kodak DX6490 digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This southerly view (16/4/16) shows DHR No.19 piloting Linda and Blanche on The Snowdonian at 1233 after watering with owner Adrian Shooter (in cap) oiling round. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Barrie Hughes and was taken on a Kodak DX6490 digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This southerly view (16/4/16) shows DHR No.19 and The Snowdonian at 1250 after heading north then setting back into the southbound platform. This allowed Palmerston to arrive on a PW working while the special slowly departed. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Barrie Hughes and was taken on a Kodak DX6490 digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This southerly view (16/4/16) shows DHR No.19 and The Snowdonian simmer in the strong Spring sunshine at 1259 seen from the Cwm Cloch access road. Loco owner Adrian Shooter (in cap) is in charge of the loco. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Barrie Hughes and was taken on a Kodak DX6490 digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

This northerly view (16/4/16) shows Carrabasset on the rear of The Snowdonian departing Rhyd Ddu at about 1500. Already the fresh snow is melting back on the summit of Snowdon in the strong Spring sunshine. Click on the image to enlarge. This image is copyright Andrew Hughes and was taken on a digital camera. Image post processed and displayed at 96dpi.

 

Trackwork Volunteering 2015/16

Keeping the permanent way, in particular, and the infrastructure, in general, fit for trains to run is an essential task. Volunteers have a lot to offer by assisting with this. We have a mix of weekend and weekday working parties. The Black Hand, Tuesday Gang and Rest of the World Gangs will be very glad to accept your help. Contact the relevant organiser to let him know when you plan to join us. Please do not just turn up as that makes it difficult for us to plan ahead.

Please note dates for 2016 notified 26/7/15.

The programme for the remainder of 2016 is as follows:

March 5-3/3/16 12-18/3/16WW 19-20/3/16    
April 2-3/4/16 9-11/4/16LW# 16-17/4/16   30/4/16-^
May -1/5/16^ 7-13/5/16WW 14-15/5/16   28-30/5/16^
June   11-12/6/16 18-20/6/16LW# 25-26/6/16  
July   9-10/7/16 16-22/7/16WW 23-24/7/16  
August   6-7/8/16 13-15/8/16LW# 20-21/8/16  
September 3-4/9/16 10-16/9/16WW 17-18/9/16    
October 1-2/10/16   15-16/10/16   29-30/10/16
November   5-11/11/16WW# 11-13/11/16   26-27/11/16
December 3-9/12/16WW# 10-11/12/16      

^ Bank Holiday weekend

LW-Long weekend Friday-Monday

WW-Working week Saturday-Friday

# For dates for April, June and August contact Paul Bradshaw if you are interested for confirmation. Dates for November and December 2016 are provisional pending preparation of the Winter Major Works Programme.  Dates will be confirmed in Autumn 2016.

The Tuesday Gang expects to be operating pretty well every Tuesday.

Arrangements may change so contact the working party organiser before you commit yourself to joining us just to make sure.

Contacts

If you intend to join one of the weekend or Tuesday gangs, please contact the appropriate organiser. If you are interested in weekday working or have any queries about track work volunteering, please contact Paul Bradshaw.

Tuesday Gang:

Contact Tony Baker for details. Phone: 01492 874579 Email: SPUDDY43@aol.com

North Wales Black Hand Gang (BHG):Dafydd Thomas Phone: 01248 681019 Email: dthomas@ffwhr.com

Rest of The World Gang (ROWG):Paul Bradshaw Phone: 01766 770034 Email: pbradshaw@ffwhr.com

If you intend to join one of the weekend or Tuesday Gang days, please contact the appropriate organiser. If you are interested in weekday working or have any queries about track work volunteering, please contact Paul Bradshaw. See Contacts page.

 

Gradient graph

John Hopkins has contributed this image of the gradient profile of the WHR. It makes clear how much of a mountain we have climbed and how steep the drop through Beddgelert is. Maybe most of all, it reveals the challenge facing northbound trains after they stop at Beddgelert!

 

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This image is courtesy/copyright John Hopkins and is derived from data courtesy John Sreeves with additional work by Michael Bentley. Click on the image to enlarge.

 

Events 2016

1/1/16 Final Mince Pie Special 1000 return from Caernarfon
12-21/2/16 Princess visit to King's Cross with coaches Nos.1/12
13-20/2/16 Start of WHR 2016 Green Timetable Porthmadog-Rhyd Ddu (2 trains a day)
24/2-17/3/16 Green Timetable MTFX
19/3/16 Start of WHR 2016 Season Blue Timetable
26/3-29/3/16 Start of WHR 2016 Season Yellow Peak Easter Timetable (4 days only)
26-28/3/16 Family Easter Events around the F&WHR including cab rides with DHR No.19
16/4/16 The Snowdonian including DHR No.19
16-17/4/16 New Volunteer Event
30/4-2/5/16 FR Members Weekend (DHR No.19 on FR trains and may feature special workings on WHR)
30/4-2/5/16 Hugh Napier visit to Albert Dock, Liverpool with two coaches on a short running track
14/5/16 Extra trains from Porthmadog for Caernarfon Food Festival
20-22/5/16 Rail-Ale 12th Annual Beer Festival based at Dinas
11/6/16 The Snowdonian Limited - a limited rerun of The Snowdonian
12-13/8/16 Launceston's quarry Hunslet Velinheli and FR coaches Nos.1/12 at Shrewsbury Flower Show
18-21/8/16 Launceston's quarry Hunslet Velinheli and FR coaches Nos.1/12 at Southport Flower Show
25/7-29/8/16 Summer family events around the F&WHR including Beddgelert this year
21/8/16 Classic Car and Family Day at Dinas including slate shunt, footplate rides and miniature railway
9-11/9/16 SuperPower 2016 (WHRS AGM 10/9/14)-A repeat of 2015 Great & Small III with layouts at Dinas
7-9/10/16 FR Victorian Weekend (some events possible on WHR in Porthmadog)
27/10/16 WHR Halloween Train Caernarfon to Waunfawr
10-11/12/16 WHR Santa Trains Caernarfon-Waunfawr
17-18/12/16 WHR Santa Trains Caernarfon-Waunfawr
22-23/12/16 WHR Santa Trains Caernarfon-Waunfawr

 

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Maps & Plans and links

Click here for Steve Harris' /WHRS' full list of Historical Maps and Gradient Profiles

DVD material can be purchased from Jon Marsh who is the WHRS' (DVD Only) Mail Order officer. All other materials are now sold in the F&WHRS shop.

Click here for the Mail Order web page

Click here for the Official WHR website

Click here for Official WHHR site

Click here for FR Company websites

Click here for Welsh Highland Heritage Group

 

V4.3280 updated 4/5/16