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Isle of Man: Groudle Glen Railway

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[Groudle Glen Railway] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 29 December 2023

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About the Flag

The Groudle Glen Railway / Raad Yiarn Glion Ghroudal is a heritage narrow gauge railway in the Isle of Man, on the coast just northeast of Douglas; it opened for tourist service in 1896 and has operated on and off, last reopened in 1986. More info at and

Its flag can be seen in use in this July 2019 video (from 12:28 to 12:31) [], where the the unreadable reverse of the flag can be seen. This video is part of the Manx leg of the All the Stations documentary [] by Vicki Pipe and Geoff Marshall.

The flag is mainly red with the railway’s “crest” centered on it. This image features a green locomotive, seen sideways on a silver bridge (or just an ornament?) above the arms of the Isle of Man, all on white background enclosed in a buff garter belt with the name "Groudle Glen Railway" in red capitals arched across the top, and silver ornamentation at the bottom. The flag is edged all around in a green, black, and yellow border that suggests wood panelling.

António Martins-Tuválkin, 29 December 2023