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Manx Transport Review No.100 - Summer 2022

Full news roundup from the Manx Electric Railway, Douglas Horse Tramway, Snaefell Mountain Railway and other Island transport. Historical feature articles - Full Colour - 112 pages. Copies are distributed FREE to Full Members of the Manx Electric Railway Society upon publication - see HOME page for…

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50 Years of the Manx Electric Railway Society - 1973 to 2023
Updated 18 Jan 2023

AROUND 7.30pm on the night of August 2nd 1973, on the verandah overlooking Douglas Bay, three holidaying boys broke into the little yellow kiosk adjacent to the crazy golf course for a quick smoke. On the railway below, Car 22 rattled past on a routine service to Ramsey. Such an event would have go…

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50 Years The Manx Electric Railway Society - 1973 to 2023

AROUND 7.30pm on the night of August 2nd 1973, on the verandah overlooking Douglas Bay, three holidaying boys broke into the little yellow kiosk adjacent to the crazy golf course for a quick smoke. On the railway below, Car 22 rattled past on a routine service to Ramsey. Such an event would have go…

Andrew Scarffe BEM

"Andrew Scarffe has been awarded the British Empire Medal for his outstanding services to the Preservation of Laxey and Lonan Heritage and the island’s railways. As technical support officer for the DoI his enthusiasm and dedication has enabled his team to restore a number of historic trams and tra…


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