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Great Laxey Mine Railway (United Kingdom)

The Great Laxey Mine Railway was originally constructed to serve the Isle of Man's Great Laxey Mine, a lead mine located in Laxey. The 19 in gauge railway runs from the old mine entrance to the washing floors along a right of way that passes through the Isle of Man's only railway tunnel under the 3 ft (914 mm) gauge Victorian Manx Electric Railway and the main A2 Douglas to Ramsey coast road.

It reopened in 2004 with two replica engines Ant and Bee.

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Last updated April 10th 2011 by mikedob
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Last updated August 10th 2009 by skimble

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