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Explore Cregneash in Isle of Man

Cregneash in the region of is a town in Isle of Man - some 13 mi or ( 21 km ) South-West of Douglas , the country's capital city .

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Current time in Cregneash is now 11:27 PM (Saturday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Isle of Man " with a UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Sheffield, Oxford, Manchester, Liverpool, and Lisburn. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Sheffield . We saw some video on the web . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Where to go and what to see in Cregneash ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Videos

Guitar: Ilkla Moor Baht'at

4:26 min by threelegsoman
Views: 18420 Rating: 4.97

Ilkla Moor Baht'at is a traditional Yorkshire song (sung in a West Riding dialect) and means Ilkley Moor without your hat. Moorlands are areas prone to sudden dramatic changes in weather and temperatu ..

Guitar: Lavender Cowboy

2:05 min by threelegsoman
Views: 9861 Rating: 4.97

I am not quite sure where I found this song, but have known it for many years, long before the film 'Brokeback Mountain'. In the days of 'The Wild West', from time to time, young men from the eastern ..


5-string Banjo: Camptown Races (Including lyrics and chords)

2:32 min by threelegsoman
Views: 8467 Rating: 4.93

Another Stephen Foster song, the following history comes from Wikipedia: "Camptown Races", sometimes referred to as "Camptown Ladies", is a comic song in African American Vernacular English dialect. I ..

12-string Guitar and Harmonica: Cotton-eyed Joe (Including lyrics and chords)

1:50 min by threelegsoman
Views: 6734 Rating: 4.83

A one-hit wonder from a group called Rednex, this is another song from the repertoire of Burl Ives. It is a lively song, but the subject is not so. It comes from the days of slavery when a white man c ..


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Interesting facts about this location

Mull Hill

Mull Hill is a small hill at the southern end of the Isle of Man, just outside the village of Cregneash. It is the site of a chambered cairn called Mull Circle or Meayll Circle. Near the summit of the hill also lie the remains of a World War II Chain Home Low RDF station. Mull Hill Stone Circle represents a unique archaeological monument. It consists of 12 burial chambers placed in a ring, with 6 entrance passages leading into each pair of chambers.

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Located at 54.07 -4.77 (Lat./Long.); Less than 0 km away
Tags: Marilyns of the Isle of Man, Mountains and hills of the Isle of Man, Visitor attractions in the Isle of Man

Spanish Head

Spanish Head is a promontory on the southwestern coast of the Isle of Man, rising over 100 m from sea level. The island of the Calf of Man lies to the southwest of the head, separated from it by the Calf Sound. The name of the promontory is often thought to arise from the tale of a ship from the Spanish Armada becoming wrecked in the area, though there is no evidence to suggest this.

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Located at 54.06 -4.78 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Tags: Landforms of the Isle of Man

Port Erin Breakwater Railway

The Port Erin Breakwater Railway was a construction line built in Port Erin on the Isle of Man in 1863 and had the distinction of being the first steam railway on the island, as well as the only Broad Gauge (7' 1/4")line. The locomotive was named Henry Brougham Loch after the then lieutenant governor of the island.

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Located at 54.08 -4.77 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Tags: 1863 establishments in the United Kingdom, Railway lines in the Isle of Man

Port Erin railway station

Port Erin Railway Station is the southern terminus of the Isle of Man Railway in the village of Port Erin on the Isle of Man; it is the sole remaining outer terminus of the railway but until 1968 there were termini at both Peel and Ramsey in the west and north of the island respectively.

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Located at 54.08 -4.76 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Tags: Railway stations in the Isle of Man

Port Erin Railway Museum

The Port Erin Railway Museum in the village of Port Erin in the Isle of Man is a small display that shows the history of the Isle of Man Railway through exhibits and visual displays which chart the history of the railway from its opening in 1873 until the present day, covering the now-closed lines that served Peel, Ramsey and Foxdale as well as the remaining line to Port Erin to which it forms part of the southern terminus.

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Located at 54.08 -4.76 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Tags: Isle of Man Railway, Museums in the Isle of Man, Railway museums in the United Kingdom, Transport museums in the Isle of Man

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