In Pictures: Manx Electric Railway in September
The Isle of Man’s Manx Electric Railway (along with the Snaefell Mountain Railway) are coming to the end of another successful season with the last services due to run on Sunday 31st October. Services on both lines are running every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the remainder of the season and for the MER this sees timetable C in operation requiring four car sets per day. In this pictorial update we from Jamie Moran we see some of the trams in service at the start of autumn on Wednesday 29th September 2021.
Tunnel Car 9 along with trailer 59 stand at Laxey Station as they head north towards Ramsey. With the wet ground it seems that its an ideal day for enclosed motor and trailer!
In this shot at Thalloo Mitchel we see Winter Saloon 20 hauling trailer 41 along the line with the sun putting in an appearance.
It may be late September but look at the number of passengers on this working! Winter Saloon 20 and trailer 41 again at Scarffe’s Crossing.
And then in this final stunning shot we see 22+47 at Corkhills Crossing. (All Photographs by Jamie Moran, 29th September 2021)
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