Whitehaven is the nearest port to the island, being only 30 miles distant from Ramsey, and, as the Isle of Man is very without entering the system of the Isle of Man Railway, whilst the latter railway can only obtain access to the Foxdale A) Manx Northern Railway (21 Tickets). Given the number 3 and named Thornhill, it was built alongside the IOMR’s engine number 7 – Tynwald – in Beyer, Peacock’s Manchester works. The rest of the system had the rails directly spiked to the sleepers. "A" preference shares, and £25,000 five per cent. found in railway carriages. post-glacial deposits, chiefly of loose and unconsolidated sands and gravels; the mountains sink down abruptly into a low, Some significant engineering works were required on the west coast section of the line, including the bridging of Glen Wyllin (at Kirk Michael) and the nearby Glen Mooar. of Manx highland valley so. In the late 1870s, the Manx Northern Railway opened a branch from St John’s on the Douglas to Peel line, extending to Ramsay at the northern end of the island. [11] After very little use by the IOMR they were scrapped in 1923 and 1912. These two locomotives were built by Sharp, Stewart and Co. in 1879. It remains in regular service today. Manx Northern Railway. This mountainous The unique Foxdale Coach survives in regular traffic on the south line, and a goods van (Gr. spans of 60 ft. each, heavy lattice girders and massive stone piers. It is the remainder of what was a much larger network (over 46 miles (74 km)) that also served the western town of Peel, the northern town of Ramsey and the small mining village of Foxdale. was £129,641 10s. From this point the range rolls inland in a long succession of rocky peaks, through Barrule, Clagh Ouyre, very far above rail level, and two footboards are provided. [R Preston Hendry; R Powell Hendry] Home. stroke, the other leading dimen-sions of No. This time they turned to Dübs and Company, Glasgow for an 0-6-0 tank locomotive. Would recommend this book to anyone interested in finding out about the history of the Manx Northern Railway. One of the last services was the transport of fuel oil from the electricity generating station at Peel to the one at Ramsey, for which a special siding was laid. The line is worked in a very economical manner, the time tables being arranged so that the up and down trains usually meet Just better. St John's Railway Station was on the Isle of Man Railway (IMR), later merging with the nearby station of the Manx Northern Railway (MNR); it was the junction of lines to Douglas, Peel, Ramsey and Foxdale.It was close to Tynwald Hill. stations to be very pretentious, but they are somewhat better than those on the Isle of Man Railway, which usually consist The line is known as the Foxdale Railway, a single line three and a half miles in length, The time allowed at stations has been reduced. water weight in working 18 tons. The two are known as the Manx Northern Railway and the Isle of Man Railway. Expensively constructed, they proved to be troublesome in traffic, so much so that in service after the amalgamation with the Isle of Man Railway Company they saw little further use, occasionally being used for school traffic. Railway by means of the Manx Northern Railway metals. we are in Manx Northern territory, but the universal goodfellow-ship that pervades most Manx things extends to the railways, popular with Edinburgh and Glasgow folks, it has been suggested to the Scotch Railways that they might, by means of express The Rolling Stock and Permanent Way This site uses cookies for statistical puposes and to enhance your website experience. RAILWAY MAGAZINE who have not yet decided where to spend their summer vacation, could do a good deal worse than pay a visit The principal [2][4] Various schemes to emulate this in Douglas were often proposed but the work was never undertaken.[5]. Now in governmentownership, it uses original rolling stock and locomotives and there are few … Photographs Search Latest On this day Notes and Queries News in pictures Share Facebook Twitter. The paid-up capital of the undertaking F) Foxdale to Lezayre (Single Third Class). The siding was a direct spur off the main line and was on a very tight curve directly into the yard that it served. It is therefore evident that the Foxdale Railway got their line worked for nothang, and, in addition, received in hard Wyllyn Glen, and the other over Mooar Glen. 1 Ramsey and No. diameter, the cylinders are outside, and measure 11 in. without making any allowance for working. by means of a bridge east of St. John's Station, and curves sharply to the left, a separate station being provided for it When the people in the town of Ramsey realised their town was not going to be incorporated into the newly promoted Isle of Man Railway (IOMR) network in the 1870s it was left to them to promote their own railway as a link with the rest of the island. Price: £60.00. [9] In 1885 it was realised that a much more powerful locomotive was required for working the mineral traffic on the Foxdale Railway. by the usual lever, but on the other line, a wheel, something after the style of a ship's steering wheel, is used for the ['classic' G B Cowen image]. diameter, the cylinders are outside, and measure 11 in. on the Manx Northern Railway from the lack of passenger coaches during the busy season, as the carriages of the Isle of Man Railway are pressed into service on the North Manx Railway if the passenger traffic over the latter system is heavy. Almost all of the original non-passenger stock was lost with only one closed van surviving today (Gr.12) which was rebuilt in 2001. Station at St. John's, but this has been rendered unnecessary by the introduction of a new platform at St. John's on the of the gross receipts by the Manx Northern Railway for working the Foxdale Railway Glen Mona, Ballaglass, Elfin Glen, Glen Auldyn, Sulby Glen, Ravensdale, Glen Willyn, Glen Helen, Glen Meay, and others less known, which add greatly to the beauty The train proceeds to a spot just outside St. Ad. Of the locomotives, No. The Milntown Railway (.mw-parser-output .geo-default,.mw-parser-output .geo-dms,.mw-parser-output .geo-dec{display:inline}.mw-parser-output .geo-nondefault,.mw-parser-output .geo-multi-punct{display:none}.mw-parser-output .longitude,.mw-parser-output .latitude{white-space:nowrap}54°19′16″N 4°22′55″W / 54.321°N 4.382°W / 54.321; -4.382) was a short 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge spur off the ex Manx Northern line just south of the terminus at Ramsey, Isle of Man. in all cases employed, no side buffers being provided, although side chains are. All tickets are undated. and North Western Railway would join hands with Mr. Aslett, a through express could be run daily from Euston to Barrow, inch carries I ton coal and 385 gals. interest on this portion of its capital. refA357 Condition Please see full description and photo for condition report. This was never entirely successful owing initially to competition from the Manx Electric Railway and later from road transport. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find out more. The passenger rolling stock of the Manx Northern Railway consists of two 1st class, three (1st and 3rd class) composites, the Isle of Man Railway carriages in front and the Manx Northern at rear. And now for a description of the Manx Northern Railway. weight in working 18 tons. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Steam Train No 4 Caledonia at Kirk Michael – Manx Heritage Transport Festival 2018. have been improved, trees have been planted and flower gardens laid down at the intermediate stations, and at Ramsey the As part of the annual transport festival a genuine Manx Northern Train has operated in recent times. with another to Ramsey. fastened by dog spikes, the joints are suspended and made by means of fishplates, iron chairs are used on the curves to On the 19.4.1905 the Manx Northern Railway was taken over by the Isle of Man Railway and from then on many more services went directly to Douglas from Kirk Michael. no time is lost in shunting operations in either direction. manner, steel flat-bottom rails weighing 56 lbs. Manx Northern Railway Share Certificate No62 of 1880: The Manx Northern Railway opened a line from St.John’s to Ramsey in 1879, and operated the Foxdale Railway from St.John’s to Foxdale, opened in 1886 to serve silver-lead mines. pains are taken to accommodate family parties and the more select visitors. Preciously trains ran into and out of the Manx Northern and Joyce, J. and we find Manx Northern Railway coaches waiting for us at Douglas Station; indeed, the trains for Peel are formed with 1980. Just to the south of Kirk Michael Station was an attractive Manx Glen called Glen Wyllin. coal, weight The Manx Northern Railway possesses but four engines, and these are of three distinct types (two of which we illustrate). To celebrate the centenary of the Manx Northern Railway in 1979, the coach was restored to its original livery. The composite carriages provide accommodation Mr. McDowall is a Scotch-man, and was for many years Assistant on the Wigtownshire Railway, now merged in the Portpatrick and Wigtownshire Joint Railways; subsequently he was Manager of the Ayrshire and Wigtownshire Railway, now the property of the Glasgow and South Western. via Carnforth, a distance of 265 miles in 5½ hours, so that it would be possible for passengers leaving London, say ordinary, £23,425 five per cent. A depression in the mining industry resulted in the closure of the Foxdale Mines in 1911 with the resultant loss of traffic. purpose of raising and lowering the signals. All tickets are undated. The trackbed is now a footpath. The Manx Northern Railway built a further line from St John's on the Douglas to Peel railway in 1879. wandering pedestrians. ii in. at 9 a.m., to arrive in Douglas at 5.30 p.m. Co. In this article we purpose to give some details of the former. A separate undertaking, the Foxdale Railway, was promoted by the MNR and worked by them from opening in 1886. in work-ing 27 tons. ! of. The total amount expended on the railway to Dec. 31st, 1898, This site uses cookies for statistical puposes and to enhance your website experience. The Manx Northern Railway possesses but four engines, and these are of three distinct Cylinders Dia. So tempting a tale concerning the advantages that would accrue to the Manx Northern Railway from working the Foxdalë Peel Road... More details. the line. communication with Garliestown, in Scotland ; Blackpool and Southport in Lancashire; Llandudno, in Wales; and Greenore, 5d., so that £9,9761 is. Many people were saddened by the demise of the majority of the Island’s steam railway network, save for the southern line, but the collaboration of Manx artist Michael Starkey and local man Julian Edwards has brought the northern railway stations vividly to life in this pint-sized publication. ! The majority of the six-wheeled coaching stock was also lost at this time, having been stored out of use for many years on a siding at St. John's station in the open air. D) Foxdale to Peel Road (Single First Class). . No insert Card. Glen Willyn is much frequented by pic-nic parties, and various kinds of amusements are provided. types (two of which we illustrate). Had this been all there would have been nothing to complain about, but the promoters of the Foxdale Railway persuaded Thornhill became number 14 and Caledonia became number 15. The 3rd class In 1905, it became part of the Isle of Man Railway Company when that company took over the operation of the entire system, nearly 47 miles of track. The railways in the island work in close harmony, and no difficulty is experienced Search. Locomotive taking water, Kirk Michael station, Isle of Man. Viaduct carrying The Manx Northern Railway across Glen Willyn. Earlier in this article we made mention of a third Manx railway, and this line is the bete noir and cause of all the misfortunes The trains at St. John's station, this enables the Manx Northern engine to bring one train down to the junction, and return at once ! This line branched southwards from St John’s and allowed lead and silver ores from the mines at Foxdale to be delivered directly to the dock side in Ramsey. They will consist of four 3rd and two 1st class compartments. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. [6][7] The last oil train ran in April 1969. Services to Foxdale ceased in 1940 but the odd ballast train continued to collect mine waste up to the early 1960s. for 20 1st class and 40 3rd class passengers. to complete the line, 16½ miles in length, in three months, this however they (as might be expected) failed to do, Mr. McDowall, however, intends to improve the standard of passenger coaches, and has already ordered two composite bogie Manx Northern Railway Co Ltd - Peel Road to Kirk Micheal Ticket Manx Northern Railway Co Ltd - Ticket Peel Road to Kirk Michael 3rd class return inc admission to Glen Wyllin £1.50 are worked by means of staff and tickets, and semaphore signals are employed, those on the Northern Railway are actuated Clear and concise drawings of the stock used, trackplans, buildings etc as well as a table containing the full stock list were found within. There are ten trains each way daily between Ramsey and Douglas, besides intermediate local ones between Ramsey and the stations on the Manx Northern Railway. The curves are also fairly easy, the sharpest having a radius The Manx Northern Railway trains going towards Douglas are drawn up at that Company's platform at stroke, wheels 3 ft. 3 in. Find out more. over the whole length of the Manx Northern Railway for shipment at Ramsey, and bringing from Ramsey the whole of the coal St Johns [Manx]... More details See also Foxdale Railway. For the opening of passenger services, the Manx Northern Railway ordered fourteen six-wheeled coaches built to the Cleminson system, a first on the island and using a complex system of six-wheeled arrangement whereby the middle set were not fixed. 3 is named Thornhill, The line of this company, like that of the Isle of Man Railway, is a single one, and the two trains travel side 3 are 3 ft. 9 in. It operated as an independent concern only from 1879 to 1905. We actively promote and participate in Manx steam railway heritage conservation projects alongside the day-to-day operation of the Isle of Man Railway by the Government. at St. John's, adjacent to that of the other two railways ; the junction with the Manx Northern Railway is a short distance This route would also be a desirable one for Newcastle and the North of England. No reasonable exception can be taken to the train service and speed, the former is liberal, exceedingly well arranged, and efficiently carried out; the timetable is arranged on an average speed of 25 miles an hour between stops, so that a fairly high rate is at times attained. most people making a stay in Mona's Isle. ... Southern Railway. Snaefell, and others, to the western coast, forming one of the grandest mountain . 4) Snaefell Mountain Railway Car : Panelled: Review: £33 00: Sides, ends, floor, roof and roof mounted boards with full lettering : MANX NORTHERN RAILWAY: No 16: Brake Composite: 35'6" Panelled : £21.00 : No 17: Composite: 35'6" Panelled : £21.00 : Including Bogies : Bogies : Pair : £3 00: Built by Hurst Nelson & Co built in 1900. E) Foxdale to Kirk Michael (Single Third Class). of only a small erection, without platforms, these, however, are not necessary, as the bottoms of the carriages are not We can scarcely expect the intermediate The shortest daily sea passage is that from Barrow to Douglas, distance 50 miles, time of voyage about three hours. Dr. Dia. we shall have to retrace our way. 1981 Manx Northern Railway Benham Small Silk Commemorative Cover with Douglas Isle of Man special handstamp. ! Barclay 0-4-0T No.713 (1898-1901) *not in steam. show that we have now almost crossed the island although Ramsey, our destination, is on the same coast as Douglas, so that [actually shows Mooragh Park]. Furness Railway runs fast trains to Barrow from all parts of its system in connection with these steamers, and if the London Manx Northern Railway Co Ltd - Peel Road to Kirk Micheal Ticket Manx Northern Railway Co Ltd - Ticket Peel Road to Kirk Michael 3rd class return inc admission to Glen Wyllin £1.50 with radial axle boxes, and four-coupled wheels 3 ft. 9 in. £40,000, and these have been raised at four per cent. Manx Northern Railway - view towards Peel from the bridge carrying the A4 at Ballaquine - geograph.org.uk - 1191257.jpg 640 × 426; 64 KB Steam train at Sulby Glen - geograph.org.uk - 1349616.jpg 640 × 511; 71 KB running from St. John's, up the side of the Shenwhallin Mountain, to the Foxdale lead mines. trains and a fast steamer, bring the island within five hours of Edinburgh and Glasgow, by using the Whitehaven-Ramsey route. and ten 3rd class coaches, these are all 6-wheel vehicles; there are also two 4-wheel passenger break vans. wide-between the seats-9 ft. from division to division. (somewhat of the shade adopted by the London and North Western Railway). is the practise on some Continental railways). 50 years from Jan. 3rd, 1885, and Details about Isle of Man Railway Manx Northern Narrow gauge O-16.5 7mm scale Ramsey Kit See original listing. No. 9d. On the "B" shares the Government of the Island guarantees a dividend of four per cent., and the Manx Former railway bridge at Poortown (Peel Road). A glance at the map will We understand originally a settee was provided in the centre of Railway, although they are very scarce on the Isle of Man Railway, most roads crossing that line on the level. diameter; other dimensions-working pressure 135 lbs. The Foxdäle Railway falls at one in 49 for its whole length to St. John's, and the line crosses over the Isle of Man Railway west of St. John's Station. The goods rolling stock comprises 28 open and 4 covered wagons, 3 cattle and 2 timber trucks, or 37 in all. Manx Northern Railway No.1 ‘Ramsey’ (1898) IoMT&EPCo. Isle of Man Railway Manx Northern Narrow gauge O-16.5 7mm scale Ramsey Kit: Condition: New. [8] In 1880, the MNR acquired a third locomotive from Beyer, Peacock and Company to a design similar to those used on the Isle of Man Railway. At the time he was appointed Manager and Secretary of the Manx Northern Railway he was in the service of the Caledonian Company. Two 2-4-0 side tank locomotives were ordered from Sharp, Stewart and Company for the opening of the line. Numbered 1 and 2, they were named Ramsey and Northern respectively. Unfortunately, the present train service precludes The Manx Northern Railway was not independent for long. Today, many of the station buildings along the line survive and have been converted to form a variety of uses including a village fire station, several private dwellings and museum displays. The line is 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge and 15.3 miles (24.6 km) long. The Bus Tours of the closed lines have been a great success and regularly sell out. St. John's, the engine detached and the Isle of Man Railway train from - Peel backed on to the front of the former, so that Slight shelf wear to dustwrapper, small tape repair to upper edge o/w very good. 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