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Isle of Man: Trip to the Summit

An account of a unique journey from Douglas promenade to the summit of Snaefell Mountain

Snaefell Mountain is the highest point on the Isle of Man, standing some 2,034 feet above sea level, but to get there you need to step back in time and take a Victorian horse-drawn tram, an electric railway, and a mountain train up to the peak.

Isle of Man: Castle Rushen and the Royal Connection

A unique & interesting monument in the old capital of Castletown

In the former Manx capital of Castletown, on the south of this unique island, there is a monumment that pays testament to the strong ties between the Manx people and the ruling British monarchs throughout history. 

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