CREGNEASH, ISLE OF MAN - August 05, 1995
Cregneash Folk Museum and Heritage Village features many traditional Manx buildings and is a popular visitor attraction located between Port St Mary and The Calf Sound. A flock of Manx Loaghtan sheep are kept on farmland there.
Tynwald Mills, Isle of Man - February 21, 1996
Tynwald Mills is a retail village comlex established on the site of a former Textile Mill at St. John's.
ST JOHNS, ISLE OF MAN - July 29, 1996
A bronze age tomb seen beside the road between St Johns and Tynwald Mills. it is conserved by Manx National Heritage.
Tynwald Hill, St John's , Isle of Man - July 29, 1996
On Tynwald Day - July 5 each year the Isle of Man parliament meets on the small artificial hill - Tynwald Hill - which faces the Royal Chapel of St John The Baptist.
Peel Castle, Isle of Man - August 10, 1996
CREGNEASH, ISLE OF MAN - AUGUST 10, 1996
The ruins of St German's Cathedral are located within the Castle Grounds. These have been abandoned since 18th Century.
The current cathedral is located in the city centre.
Peel Castle Round Tower.
Calf Sound, Isle of Man - October 96, 1996
The original, and some might say more homely, Calf Sound Café located at the Land's End of The Isle of Man.
Calf Sound, Isle of Man - October, 1996
Peel, Isle of Man - October 06, 1996
Peel Harbour and Castle
Eary Cushlin, Isle of Man - August 1998
Eary Cushlin is a remote farmstead on the west coast of the Isle of Man in the parish of Dalby.
Sheep on the Road to the Sound - Isle of Man - August 1999
Sheep cause traffic congestion on the road to Calf Sound - photographed from the top deck of a bus.
Niarbyl, Isle of Man - February 1996
Niarbyl (Tail of The Rocks) is located in the Parish of Dalby and is well known for its traditional cottages. The cottages and area around the Niarbyl have featured in a number of motion pictures including "The Brylcreem Boys" and "Walking Ned".
Port Erin, Isle of Man - June 2001
Peel Harbour and Castle, Isle of Man - July 2001
Calf Sound Isle of Man - October 13, 2001
Development work on the new Manx National Heritage Café and Visitor Centre at Calf Sound was underway when these photographs were taken. The original café had closed the previous year with the building retained as site offices until the new buildings were completed. Then all traces of the original café were removed.