The new Minister of the DOI, Ray Harmer MHK, has been interviewed by Manx.Net. Mr Harmer wishes to see minimal disruption to the Horse Tram service whilst the long awaited Promenade refurbishment work takes place. The original grandiose scheme featuring shared space, trams on the walkway and block…
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Ray Harmer MHK, the new DOI Minister discusses the various options for the long awaited overhaul of Douglas Promenade. It seems that leaving the lines where they are is still a viable option. Read the articles and hear Mr Harmer's comments on Manx Radio by clicking the following links:- http://www.…
Ray Harmer MHK, the recently appointed Minster responsible for the Department of Infrastructure favours a “back to basics” approach for the rebuild of Douglas Promenade. Mr Harmer’s comments to Manx Radio can be heard HERE.
Recently elected Chief Minister Howard Quayle (the new owner of Douglas Car 37) has unveiled his Council of Ministers. Ray Harmer, one of the two Peel & Glenfaba MHKs has been appointed as the new Minister of the Department of Infrastructure, which amongst other things is responsible for the state…
Further updates have been made to the article 'All About The Manx Electric Railway Society' on the MERS website. This in depth article can be viewed HERE.
Mann Tram No.23
Mann Tram No.23 from August 1978 is now available to view. Click HERE to visit the Mann Tram Archive.
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