Port Erin Railway Museum
A unique museum that will take you back in time to a period when train travel on the Isle of Man was a regular occurrence and not just a day out.
The Port Erin Railway Museum is located quite literally at the end of the line – on the platform of the most southerly stop on the Isle of Man Steam Railway.
The museum charts the history of the steam powered railway from its inception in 1873 to the present day including the now defunct lines which used to serve Peel, Ramsey and Foxdale.
Inside you’ll find steam engines and carriages including the royal carriages which carried The Queen and Queen Mother in 1963 and Queen Elizabeth II in 1972. There’s also a large display of photographs, posters and memorabilia.
The museum also has a souvenir shop making this a perfect place for train enthusiasts and visitors alike.
Opening Times and Admission
The Port Erin Railway Museum is open daily from April to October between 10am and 5pm.
Admission costs £1 for children and 50p for children.
Location and Contact
Port Erin Railway Museum, Station Road, Port Erin.
For more information telephone 01624 836855.