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less than 0.5 miles

  1. Address

    Back Shore Road, Laxey

    Laxey

    Laxey Beach is situated on the Island's east coast approximately 8 miles north of Douglas. Laxey has a pebble and sand beach, which gets progressively sandier the closer you go to the low-water mark.

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less than 2 miles

  1. Address

    Laxey Valley Gardens, Laxey, IM4 7NH

    Telephone

    07624 262404

    Laxey

    The "Washing Floors" were built in 1848 and situated in the area now known as the Valley Gardens, where the Great Laxey Mine Railway has its terminus. Nearly three hundred people worked on the Washing Floors in the 1870s, including a number of…

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  2. Address

    Glen Roy, Laxey

    Laxey

    Axnfell is on the steep north facing slopes of Glen Roy and has an area of 36 hectares. The views stretch right up to Windy Corner on the TT course.

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  3. Waiting at the Valley Gardens Station
    Ant and Bee ready to go.
    About to enter the only Tunnel on the Isle of Man
    Steam and Electric
    Hop Tu Naa Ghost Trains October each year
    Christmas Trains, last weekend of November
    Location, location, location!
    Waiting at the Valley Gardens Station
    Ant and Bee ready to go.
    About to enter the only Tunnel on the Isle of Man
    Steam and Electric
    Hop Tu Naa Ghost Trains October each year
    Christmas Trains, last weekend of November
    Location, location, location!

    Address

    The Washing Floors, Laxey, Isle of Man, IM4 7NH

    Telephone

    +441624862007

    Laxey

    Located in the village of Laxey, this restored railway runs from the old washing floors to the entrance of the Great Laxey Mine and once carried lead and zinc ore but now carries passengers!

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  4. Snaefell Summit
    Summit Dining on Snaefell
    Snaefell Summit
    Summit Dining on Snaefell

    Address

    Laxey Station, Laxey, IM4 7NY

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 662525

    Laxey

    Join the Snaefell Mountain Railway at Laxey and travel to the summit of Snaefell. From here, at over 2,000 feet and on a clear day, it is said you can see seven kingdoms at a glance, unless of course the legendary Manannan cloaks you in mist.

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  5. Address

    Main Road, Ramsey Road, Maughold, Isle of Man, IM7 1HL

    Maughold

    Dhoon Glen is known for its natural and rugged beauty. It boasts a splendid waterfall and streams offering the perfect picturesque photos.

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  6. Inside the Mines
    Watching the Wheel
    Inside the Mines
    Watching the Wheel

    Address

    Wheel Hill, Laxey, IM4 7NL

    Telephone

    +44 1624 861136

    Laxey

    This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity is the largest surviving waterwheel of its kind in the world.

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  7. Address

    Beach Road, Baldrine

    Baldrine

    Garwick Beach, located in the valley of Baldrine, can be found at the foot of Garwick Glen, one of the most picturesque Glens on Island.

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  8. Address

    New Road, Laxey

    Laxey

    Laxey Glen is a favourite among tourists and locals alike. It is a popular spot for families of all ages with its playground and grassed paddocks. The glen is rich in mature exotic trees and natural woodland.

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  9. The Glen Roy tributary of the Laxey River

    Address

    IM4 7BE

    Telephone

    01624 685857

    The source of the Laxey River is located on Snaefell, the Island’s highest peak. It rushes down the side of the mountain, eventually spilling into Laxey harbour. Each season during the autumn months, salmon make their way up the river.

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  10. King Orry's Grave © Peter Killey
    Secondary Site of King Orry's Grave © Peter Killey
    King Orry's Grave © Peter Killey
    Secondary Site of King Orry's Grave © Peter Killey

    Address

    Ballaragh Road, Laxey, Isle of Man, IM4 7PE

    Laxey

    King Orry's Grave is the most complete of the Island’s megaliths and is a superb example of a Neolithic Chambered tomb.

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  1. Address

    Groudle Glen, Onchan

    Onchan

    Groudle Glen is deep and rocky in places, with a lively bubbling stream running through its length. A small water wheel is situated in the lower glen.

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  2. Address

    Derby Castle, Douglas, IM2 4NR

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 662525

    Douglas

    Take an unforgettable journey along the east coast of the Island on this unique electric railway which dates back over 130 years.

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  3. Close up of decorated trammer horse
    Close up of decorated trammer horse

    Address

    Strathallan Crescent, Douglas, IM1 4NR

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 662525

    Douglas

    Take a nostalgic journey along Douglas Promenade on the world's oldest horse drawn tramway. Trams depart regularly from Derby Castle throughout the day.

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  4. West Baldwin / Injebreck Reservoir
    Landing a fish at West Baldwin. Photo courtesy of Geoff Thomas.
    West Baldwin / Injebreck Reservoir
    Landing a fish at West Baldwin. Photo courtesy of Geoff Thomas.

    Address

    West Baldwin, IM4 5EU

    West Baldwin

    This is a picturesque reservoir that sits within a wooded valley. Fly-fishing and spin-fishing for stocked rainbow trout from 2lb upwards and for wild brown trout.

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  5. Address

    A18 Mountain Road

    Snaefell is the Island’s only mountain. Its summit is 2,036ft above sea level.

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  6. Address

    Off A15, Cornaa, Maughold

    Cornaa

    Ballaglass Glen can be found north of Laxey. Carpeted in bluebells in Spring it has sparkling streams which dance over rocks sculpted over millions of years.

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  7. Sea Lion and visiting locomotive Polar Bear at Lhen Coan station
    Sea Lion and train climbing out of Groudle Glen
    Sea Lion at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and coaches awaiting passengers at Sea Lion Rocks
    Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms & Visitor Centre
    Sea Lion and busy train at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and train descends the hill in Groudle Glen
    Sea Lion and visiting locomotive Polar Bear at Lhen Coan station
    Sea Lion and train climbing out of Groudle Glen
    Sea Lion at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and coaches awaiting passengers at Sea Lion Rocks
    Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms & Visitor Centre
    Sea Lion and busy train at Sea Lion Rocks Station
    Sea Lion and train descends the hill in Groudle Glen

    Address

    Groudle Glen, Onchan, Isle of Man

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 1624 670453

    Situated in a small picturesque glen just north of Douglas is the Groudle Glen Railway, which runs through the glen to the Sea Lion Rocks Tea Rooms. Trains on this Victorian tourist attraction run on Wednesday evenings and all day on Sundays…

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  8. © Peter Killey
    Cashtal Yn Ard, a neolithic tomb
    Cashtal yn Ard © Peter Killey
    © Peter Killey
    Cashtal Yn Ard, a neolithic tomb
    Cashtal yn Ard © Peter Killey

    Address

    Dhoon Quarry Road, Maughold

    Maughold

    Cashtal yn Ard, or the Castle of the Heights, is an exceptional example of a Neolithic chambered long cairn, with dramatic views over the surrounding landscape.

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