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Start of the Horse Tram Season

Douglas Bay Horse Trams resume tomorrow (Thursday) with the first service departing from Derby Castle at 8.40am. Jason Moorhouse, MHK responsible for Transport Services with the Department of Infrastructure, said: ‘The horse trams are an integral part of our heritage transport network. Where else i…

‘No Green Light Yet For Mountain Trams To Run Again’

Will Snaefell line be allowed to reopen? With less than 10 days to go before the planned start of its season, there’s still uncertainty over whether the Snaefell Mountain Railway will be allowed to re-open. Isle of Man Transport says it is still planning to open as scheduled on March 29. But a proh…

First Day Of The MER’s 2018 Seasonal Service - New Shelter For Ramsey

The Manx Electric Railway 2018 seasonal service commenced on Friday, March 16th, with cars operating to Timetable B, which offers six return journeys from Douglas to Ramsey, with an additional return short working to Laxey. The season ends on Sunday, November 4th. Cars 7, 19 & 21 along with trailer…

MER 2018 Season & 125th Anniversary Events

Manx Electric Railway Celebrates 125th Birthday 'The Manx Electric Railway resumes tomorrow with the first service departing from Douglas at 9.40am. Services will run from Friday 16 March until Monday 4 November. Jason Moorhouse, MHK responsible for the Transport Services Division of the Department…

Promenade Redevelopment Gains Planning Consent

“Planning consent has been approved for the redevelopment of Douglas promenades. The Department of Infrastructure only submitted its planning application for the reconstruction of Loch and Harris Promenades (18/00003/B) in January. And now it’s been approved by the planning department, allowing wor…

Snaefell Mountain Railway Is Under Formal Prohibition Notice

“Services on the Snaefell Mountain Railway are subject to a formal prohibition notice, the Manx Independent has learned." "A Health and Safety at Work Inspectorate investigation is still underway into a runaway tram incident in August when car no.2 lost power to its brakes after leaving the summit…

'Decision To Buy Diesel 'Flawed'

Alternative Not Up To The Task 'A diesel locomotive bought to help with work on the Island's heritage railways was a failure on 'a number of fronts', according to Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer. The £400,000 train has been beset with a series of breakdowns since it was purchased in 2014 - and i…

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