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Isle of Man Steam Railway

The narrow gauge Isle of Man Steam Railway runs over a 15.3 mile (24.6km) route which links Douglas, the island's capital, with Port Erin. The line was originally opened for service in the 1870s and is just a small section of what was once a much larger network of railway lines which connected many towns and villages on the Isle of Man. Passengers on the Isle of Man Steam Railway are taken on a scenic journey through verdant countryside and along the spectacular southern coastline in vintage carriages hauled by original steam locomotives bought for the railway in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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“An interesting and well organised trip. It was quite often possible to ‘do my own thing’ rather than follow the planned itinerary in every detail. The hotel was comfortable and the food varied between good and excellent. It was very helpful to have pre-paid tickets for all public transport and many museums etc. The Isle of Man is scenically varied and the trams and railways are delightful.
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