Railway Infrastructure Manager Position

About us Snowdon Mountain Railway (SMR) consists of a diverse range of railway assets from the rack & pinion, signalling, lineside buildings through to viaducts, cuttings and passing loops at three stations, Halfway, Clogwyn and the Summit along its 8km length. SMR are privately owned under Heritage Great Britain (HGB) who own and operate a […]

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Seasonal Positions Available

We’re recruiting for our 2021 season! Would you like to work at one of the most famous and unique attractions in North Wales? Join us in 2021 as part of the Snowdon Mountain Railway team. There are a variety of roles available at Llanberis Station and on-board our trains! We have full-time positions available in the […]

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Snowdon Mountain Railway Wins 2020 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Award for being in the top 10% of attractions worldwide

Snowdon Mountain Railway Recognised Among Best of the Best in Worldwide Attractions, Based on Exceptional 2019 Traveller Reviews Snowdon Mountain Railway today announced it has been recognised as a winner of the 2020 Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best award winner, ranking in the top 10% of attractions worldwide. Based on a full year of […]

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Snowdon Mountain Railway Reopening Statement

In light of the Welsh government’s lifting of restrictions, Snowdon Mountain Railway is pleased to announce its reopening on Friday 10th July 2020. Information on services available After careful consideration we have decided not to open the summit building ‘Hafod Eryri’ for the 2020 season. This decision is based on the difficult practicalities of trying […]

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We’re Good to Go!

We’re pleased to announce that we’re “Good to Go” for our reopening on Friday 10th July following recent ‘Visit Britain’ certification that we adhere to COVID-19 industry standards. This certification confirms that we have read and implemented the Government’s COVID-19 reopening guidance, understand the guidance from Public Health Wales and have a COVID-19 Risk Assessment […]

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Snowdon Mountain Railway invests in future with new hybrid diesel locomotives

Snowdon Mountain Railway has begun a programme of replacement for its existing diesel locomotives which began service in 1985. The 123 year old railway began looking into replacement locomotives five years ago, after extensive market research and specification development. The new 800mm gauge hybrid locomotives will be driven by High Torque, maintenance free electric motors, […]

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