History will be made on Saturday 9th October, as the first original Donegal Steam Engine is set to return to the County in decades. The engine will be taken carefully from the restoration yard at Whitehead on a low-loader through Derry, Strabane, Stranorlar, and to Donegal Town, where she will
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 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
Adults/Kids Art Competition. Well, we said that we would keep you busy during this unusual time when we are all cooped up in our houses so here is something to keep you active over the next few weeks. Donegal Railway Heritage Centre is delighted to announce the launch of
May Day Bank Holiday Weekend Sale, 10% Off Everything, Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd May 2020. Check out “Shop” tab on this website to get your discount on a great selection of Donegal Railway qualifications.
Donegal Railway Heritage Centre is delighted to announce that Leghowney County Market is coming to the Museum this summer, on Saturday 13th July, as part of the 60th Anniversary celebrations. Its 60 years this year since the Railway Station and majority of the railway lines closed in 1959. Leghowney Country
Age Range: 9-12 Our workshop aims to get young people excited and interested in culture and heritage by integrating historical information with modern technology and educating through creativity. We believe we can instil a sense of curiosity and respect for times gone by using this approach. The workshops will involve
County Donegal Railway restoration CLG has teamed up with Donegal East Tourism, St. Connells Museum, The Isaac Butt Heritage Centre, William Rose, McKelvey’s and Biddy’s O’Barnes to offer ‘Making Tracks Day Out’. A full day guided excursion that will include culture, heritage Ceol agus craic. Donna Maskery, Manager with the