The Former Sulby Bridge Railway Station (Railway House)

Railway House Sulby © Peter Killey -

Sulby Bridge station opened on the 23rd September 1879 as part of the Manx Northern Railways St John to Ramsey line, it is built in red sandstone which was quarried from Peel.

The station is named after the adjacent Sulby Bridge, and it’s rather isolated position meant that it was not as busy as the nearby Sulby Glen station.

The St John to Ramsey line and all of its stations, including Sulby Bridge station closed completely in 1968.

Railway House is now in private ownership.

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Railway House Sulby © Peter Killey -

2 thoughts on “The Former Sulby Bridge Railway Station (Railway House)”
  1. Hi Peter,

    If you remember I spoke to you re Ballaugh Church windows some months ago. We have just noticed your lovely picture of our house on your website …….what an honour, thank you very much.

    Carol Ainley

  2. Hi Carol

    Yes I remember our conversations 🙂

    Glad you like the image of your beautiful house, lots of website hits looking at your fine house, I posted it on another site as well and it generated lots of comments from people who used to live there and who remembered your house as kids.


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