Great Britain

Existing Systems

Belfast

Birkenhead

Birmingham
Blackpool
Brighton
Bristol
Glasgow
Hythe
Isle of Man
Isle of Wight
Liverpool
Leeds
London
Manchester
Manx (Isle of Man)
Newcastle On Tyne
Nottingham
Portsmouth
Seaton
Sheffield
Southend

Proposed Systems

Bath

Bournemouth
Colchester
Coventry
Edinburgh
Halton
Hull
Kent
Leicester
Lincolnshire
York

 

 

 

Isle of Man
tramway

The Isle of Man consists of three working tramways, one of which is a tourist horse tramway.

  • the Manx Electric Railway, this 17.5 km seaside heritage tramway also serves the island's residents, connecting Douglas with Ramsey

  • the Snaefel Mountain Railway

There is also a gas operated pier tramway that runs (sometimes), a steam train that is still in use by residents, a 3 1/2" gauge railway (yes, that's not a typo - inch!), a running Thomas the Tank line, and a 3/4 mile mountain railway.

Trams on the Isle of Man
ERS Images
The Snaefell Mountain Railway
Manx Electric Railway Society online
The MER by Kay Roam
Isle of Man Railways
About Britain's
Best of Two Rails: Railways on the Isle of Man
Isle of Man tourism site:
Getting Around By Train
IOM Railways
Gala Weekend pictorial
Isle of Man Guide to transportation, including timetables