“Closing for 3 Weeks to Friday 16th October 2020″
As per tonight’s news (Thursday 18th September) from Government, Co Donegal has moved to Level 3, and thus we have to sadly close to the public for 3 weeks. It’s a disappointment to receive this news, but hopefully we can reopen fully again on Friday 16th October. In the meantime,
2021 Donegal Railway Calendar Now Available!
After the success of last year’s calendar, Donegal Railway Heritage Centre is delighted to launch its 2021 Desk Calendar. The free-standing quality calendar measuring 21cm long x 10cm high and approximately 10cm wide at its base will make a lovely addition to any home or office. The limited-edition
Work starts for Drumboe’s Return!
Last weekend, work swung into action (literally), as the front of Donegal Railway Station was cleared of railway stock for the return of Drumboe in the next few months. Local company, Quinn Crane Hire with the assistance of the staff at Donegal Railway Heritage Centre, carefully lifted the Donegal
Just Launched – Drumboe railway badge!
Every year Donegal Railway Heritage Museum produces a new limited edition Donegal Railway badge. We are delighted that this year to have just launched our new badge, appropriately, the famous Donegal steam engine, Drumboe! As you may be aware, we have just announced that the actual steam engine, Drumboe,