Thursday, 4 August 2011
Loco No 4 "Loch", Isle of Man Steam Railway, Isle of Man.
Opened in 1874, this 3ft narrow gauge railway still runs with its original locomotives and carriages, through an ever changing countryside, to a choice of destinations in the south of the Island. At 15 and a half miles it is the longest narrow gauge steam line in Britain. Most often Steam Loco No 4 Loch built in 1874 can be seen traveling on this remaining line.