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      My wife and myself had a fantastic 5day stay at Englewood Lodge B&B.Margaret was a true superhost who could not do enough for us both....
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      .We are regular visitors to Englewood Lodge, a fabulous place, we have never been disappointed. Margaret is the perfect host....
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      What a great B&B. Stayed for a couple of nights. Wish it could of been longer. Englewood Lodge is in a great location overlooking Douglas Bay.Ten minute drive from the ferry....
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      I stayed one night and found the room clean and well equipped. The couple who own the hotel were very friendly and welcoming. They answered any questions and provided advice....
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      Would highly recommend this B&B Hostess very friendly and knowledgeable about the island. Very clean comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast....
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Isle of Man Railway

The Isle of Man Railway (IMR) is a steam railway which dates back to 1873 and even today still uses original locomotives. The railway now runs from Douglas to Port Erin, passing through some magnificent countryside to the delightful seaside resort Port Erin.

The journey is fifteen and a half miles, only a small portion of the 46 miles which the railway used to cover, yet it is still the longest narrow gauge steam route in the British Isles.

Travel back in time for a journey of pure nostalgia - from the moment you arrive at the Victorian Douglas Station it is like stepping back in time. When you arrive in Port Erin why not visit the Railway Museum and shop where you'll find an interesting collection of rolling stock and railway memorabilia.

Railway Route
Douglas
Port Soderick
Santon
Ballasalla
Ronaldsway
Castletown
Ballabeg
Colby
The Level
Port St. Mary
Port Erin