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Manx Transport Review Spring/Summer 2016

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Car 33 - Onchan Head
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With Brian Murray driving, car 33 and trailer 61 are about to clatter over the crossover at Onchan Head on the 31st August 1993. Once a very busy stopping place during the days of the White City fairground, this once popular attraction was replaced by a residential development in the late 1980s, th…

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Road, Rail, Sea and Air

Harmer Claims Cutting Horse Tramway Is The "Way Forward"

SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE THE HORSE TRAMS HERE. In yet another remarkable interview and in the face of howls of protest, DOI Minster – Ray Harmer MHK claims that cutting the Horse Tramway back to Broadway is the “Way Forward”. To hear Mr Harmer's comments click HERE.


MANX ELECTRIC RAILWAY SOCIETY Press Release. SAVE THE HORSE TRAMS Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater… SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE THE HORSE TRAMS HERE Just when it appeared that we had a new and enlightened Minister for Infrastructure, it has become apparent that that gentleman has become in…

OUR REPRESENTATIVES - Their Promises to us...

SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE THE HORSE TRAMS HERE In July, Tynwald members voted to retain the full length of the Horse Tramway - rejecting proposals put forward by Minister Gawne... In September, Keys candidates set out their promises to the electorate. On September 22nd, Minister Gawne was rejected…

Minster Discusses Proposals To Remove Horse Tramway From Loch Promenade. "Gaining Nothing" In Allowing The Tramway To Operate Through To Its Traditional Southern Terminus At The Victoria Clock.

In a remarkable interview, DOI Minster – Ray Harmer MHK talks to Manx.Net to outline the proposals to remove the tramway from Loch Promenade. He claims there is nothing to be gained in allowing the tramway to operate through to its traditional southern terminus at the Victoria Clock. Watch the inte…

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