Port Erin Things to Do
The railway museum is at the Railway station in Port Erin which is the last stop on the line.The museum tells the history of the steam railway from its beginnings in the 1870s to the present day, including the old lines which used to serve Peel and Ramsey. They have steam engines and carriages and a large display of photographs, posters and...more
A couple of miles from Port Erin is Cregneash National Folk Museum. The first cottage, some three centuries old, was acquired by the Manx Museum when its owner died in 1935 and this remains much as he left it. Over the years, further thatched buildings have become part of the museum but others in the village remain in private ownership. There are...more
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Whenever I visit the British seaside, I enjoy indulging in fish, chips and mushy peas.However, when we visited Port Erin Fish & Chips during our day trip to the lovely seaside town of Port Erin in the Isle of Man in July 2009, we weren't actually looking for fish and chips...We had read that the unofficial national dish of the Isle of Man is chips,...more
This is a lovely looking pub with a lovely atmosphere. The food is reliably good and the bar staff are friendly apart from the bar manager who is unbelievably rude and devoid of personality, customer service skills or the ability to communicate politely. The food can take time but is worth the wait and the beer is excellent. This would be a real...more
Port Erin Transportation
Victorian steam trains run a scheduled service between Port Erin and Douglas.
Once part of a three line system, this is the only steam railway portion that is still in operation.
Electric and horse drawn trams still run from Douglas, however, to Ramsey and along the promenade respectively.Related to:
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