Railways of the Isle of Man 2022
Part One  February - April
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February 2022
A chance visit to Douglas station found No 13 'Kissack' in steam and carrying out some test runs up and down the yard.
March 2020
The first day of scheduled services for 2022 on the Isle of Man Railway and we did a trip to Port Erin and back.
Manx Electric Railway cars on 'drying out' runs after their winter lay-up.
First day of passenger services for 2022 on the Manx Electric Railway
Isle of Man Railway No 11 'Maitland' was out on a test train from Douglas to Castletown and back.  After much chasing backwards and forwards I managed to catch up with her at Santon Station.  Apparently this was the first train that she had hauled for nine years!
18/3/22 & 20/3/22
Isle of Man Railway No 4 'Loch' in action at Port Soderick and Keristal.
Some aerial shots of IOMR No 11 'Maitland' out on another test train.  This time with six coaches all the way to Port Erin and back.
April 2022
These pictures were produced as a 'by-product' when I was shooting some aerial 360 degree panoramas from overhead the former Laxey mine washing floors.  The panorama was created from ten of the 26 'views' used for the full panorama to show the station area at Laxey and the volunteers of the Great Laxey Mines railway making preparations for their 2022 season on the right.
A couple of pictures at Ballure Viaduct on the south side of Ramsey.
Day three of the 'Rush Hour on the Railways' Easter event and the Manx Electric Railway were operating an intensive service, with trams departing Derby Castle every 15 minutes.  I went to Laxey to capture some of the action before heading north to get some aerial shots at Ballure.
All pictures on this website are  © Jon Wornham