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Baldrine railway station

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Location  Lonan, Isle Of Man
Owned by  Isle Of Man Railways
Tracks  Two Running Lines
Opened  1899
Coordinates  Pole Nos. 215-216
Platforms  Ground Level
Structure type  Waiting Shelter
Owner  Manx Electric Railway
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Similar  Cornaa railway station, Hillberry Corner, Groudle Glen railway st, Derby Castle terminus, Lewaigue railway station

Baldrine Station is an intermediate request stop on the east coast route of the Manx Electric Railway in the parish of Lonan in the Isle of Man on the route to Ramsey.



This halt can be found between Onchan and Laxey. It lies behind the local chapel and serves the small village of the same name. Nearby is the local Methodist Chapel and meeting room, the tramway passes to the rear of this building.


The halt has a small corrugated iron shelter in typical Manx Electric Railway style which is regularly tended by locals who provide flower displays and keep the area smart. The station is on the main coast road between Douglas and Ramsey. To the north side of the station there is also a minor road. The site is a typical rural railway scene, unchanged for many years.


The station is tended to by a local group from the Women's Institute who look after the general clenliness of the station and add flower beds and baskets to the station in the summer months.


Manx Electric Railway Stations


Baldrine railway station Wikipedia

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