Our Phone Lines are down but we are still Open!!
Our Phone lines are down for the new few days as we wait on a technician, but we are still here, so just come on down! Well, at least its a bit of peace and quiet, and more time to chat to our visitors! The Museum is open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm,
Save the Date for Vintage Car & Tractor Run 2021!
Donegal Vintage Run – 15th August 2021! Have you a Vintage Car or tractor, and itching to get it out for a final run, (or for some, the first) before the summer ends? Donegal Railway Heritage Centre is holding its famous annual Vintage Run on Sunday 15th August, starting at
Donegal Railway Railcar No. 1 Badge launched!
PRESS RELEASE July 2021 Donegal Railway Railcar No. 1 Badge launched! Every year Donegal Railway Heritage Museum produces a new limited edition Donegal Railway badge. We are delighted that this year we have just launched our new badge, which this year is the iconic Railcar No 1. This follows on
Full Steam Ahead for Drumboe!
Donegal Railway Museum is delighted to report that in spite of the Covid Lockdowns, restoration work has continued on the famous Donegal steam engine, Drumboe. You can watch a video about the current work at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u26SO6w6ZgU Niall McCaughan, Manager at the museum stated: “It has been a challenging year, and we
The History of The Railway Travel Poster (and poster offer)
Advertising for travel companies was a key component to getting people to consider and purchase tickets to new and exotic places-whether by train, ship, Zeppelin, or airplane. During the late 1800s until about 1950, posters, print ads, and brochures were the most common way for travel companies and agencies
Donegal railway Photography Competition!!
Donegal Railway Photographic/Calendar Competition Launched This year, Donegal Railway Heritage Museum is delighted to announce that they are running a special photographic competition, and winning entries for this year will be featured in their exclusive annual Calendar for 2022. The general public are encouraged to think about their local railway
In you can’t go to Santa, then Santa can come to you!!!
It has just been announced by Santa’s elves at Donegal Railway Heritage Museum, that as kids (and big kids) this year may not be able to visit Santa in the usual way, then he can come straight to them! Lots of families visited our Santa experience last year which nearly
This weekend, starting Friday 6th November, Donegal County Council is launching its “Buy Donegal Weekend”. As we are all in lockdown and it’s very difficult for retailers at the moment and venues like ourselves, who normally are very busy coming up to Christmas, we are encouraging the public to support
Vote for Donegal Railway NOW!!!
VOTE DONEGAL RAILWAY! Donegal Railway Heritage Centre has just been informed that it has been shortlisted in the National Rural Network’s (NRN) Impact campaign to celebrate the impact of the LEADER Programme, which has been in operation in Ireland since 1991, on Rural Communities across Ireland. The Museum had received funding