Enjoy a holiday of discovery traveling on a unique network of Victorian steam, electric railways and horse drawn trams.
Steam Railway –Opened in 1874 this 3ft narrow gauge railway still runs with its original locomotives and carriages, travel from Douglas to Port Erin. At 15 and half miles long it is the longest narrow gauge railway in Britain.
Why not stop off in Port Erin and visit the Railway Museum!
Manx Electric Railway is over 100 years old. Open and closed tram cars take you on an unforgettable journey along the east coast from Douglas to Ramsey –via Laxey. Alight at Laxey and take a trip to the highest point of the Isle of Man on the Snaefell Mountain Railway at the summit and on a clear day you can view seven kingdoms—Mann, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Heaven and the Sea
Douglas Horse Trams—the worlds oldest surviving horse trams dating from 1876 with many of the original cars still in use. The three-feet gauge tramway runs along Douglas Promenade from the Manx Electric Railway at Derby Castle to the sea terminal.
Other volunteer run Railways include Groudle Glen, Great Laxey Mine and the Orchid Line miniature Railway. Pay locally.
Five days of vintage transport on the Island, featuring steam and electric railways, vintage bikes, classic cars, buses and more.
Vintage Railway holidays include Bed & Breakfast, return sea travel, Island Explorer ticket, (for travel on Steam Train and Electric tram, Snaefell Mountain Railway, Horse Tram and buses)
|Up to 2nd May||From 2nd May|
|3 nights||£170 pp||£185 pp|
|5 nights||£230 pp||£260 pp|
|7 nights||£285 pp||£320 pp|
Prices are from per person based on 2 sharing twin/double room and are subject to availability at the time of booking
Tailor-made Vintage Railway holidays to suit you. Group enquiries welcome—simply call
For further information, check availability and book please contact:
Online Enquiry or Call 01624 664460
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