Manx Electric Railway 125th Anniversary: Day 8 – Saturday 8th September

And so we reach the end of an eight day spectacular on the Isle of Man with the final day of the MER 125th Anniversary events. The final day will see both unusual and colourful combinations in service whilst the evening will see a the Douglas Bay Horse Tramway joining in with a small cavalcade. For the last time read on for our reminder preview of what just will be going on….

Pick of the Day

Unusual Combinations

Car 5 and trailer 57 depart Derby Castle at 0840, 1140 and 1510

Car 6 and trailer 60 depart Derby Castle at 0940 and 1240

Car 2 and trailer 42 depart Derby Castle at 1110 and 1340

Car 22 and trailer 61 depart Derby Castle at 1010, 1310 and 1440

Normal fares apply.

Best of the Rest

Good Trams Photography Tour

Using Car 19, open wagon 10 and mail van 4 replicating pre First World War goods workings. Departs Derby Castle 0920 and should be back by 1215.

Colourful Combination Photography Tour

Using green liveried Winter Saloon 21 and umbrella trailer 51, recently repainted in pre First World War livery. Departs Derby Castle at 1320, returning to Derby Castle by 1715.

Horse Tram Evening Run and Cavalcade

Will start after the last trams arrive into Derby Castle at 1830.

Normal fares apply.

Timetable DG (including evening journeys) is scheduled to be in operation throughout this day.

All the above events may be subject to change in cases of tram availability and weather. Pre-booking was required for several of the above events and availability on the day may not be possible, please check on the day to avoid disappointment. Please keep an eye on the Isle of Man Transport Facebook page or the Manx Electric Online Facebook page for any late changes to events.

There will be full British Trams Online coverage on Facebook briefly reviewing events. As with all updates during these events this will not be “as it happens” but will be added during the evening.

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