Douglas Harbour, July 02, 1994
This view was taken on my first ever visit to the Isle of Man. I still can't believe that it had taken me 34 years t visit the Island despite only living 80 miles away!
Marine Drive, Isle of Man - July 25, 1994
View from a Liverpool Speke to Isle of Man Ronaldsway bound plane as it turns south along the coast. The route of the Marine Drive can just be discerned running along the cliffs near Wallberry.
Castletown, Isle of Man - February 20, 1995
Isle of Man Harbour Commissioners plaque, Castletown Harbour.
The Swing Bridge entrance to the inner harbour at Castletown.
Castletown Harbour and lighthouses.
View from the swing bridge to the inner harbour.
View from the swing bridge to the outer harbour. The concrete mushroom was the base for a container handling crane.
Castletown Inner Harbour.
Douglas Promenade, Isle of Man - February 20, 1995
High tide viewed from the north end of Douglas Promenade. The Summerland building is on the right.
Calvary Glen, Onchan, Isle of Man - February 20, 1995
Calvary Glen runs from behind the Douglas Corporation Tramway Depot to St Anthony's Church, Onchan.
Castletown Square, Isle of Man - February 20, 1995
"The Smelt" - Castletown. Castle Rushen can be seen behind.
Douglas Bay, Isle of Man - June 10, 1995
View across Douglas Bay to the Sea Terminal with the LADY OF MANN alongside Victoria Pier.
Castletown, Isle of Man - August 04, 1995
Castletown Harbour with the former Isle of Man Steam Packet office on the right.
Douglas Harbour, Isle of Man - August 03, 1995
Douglas Harbour - with KING ORRY alongside Victoria Pier.
Sefton Hotel, Douglas, Isle of Man - February 22; 1996
The Sefton Hotel, Douglas - Interior of a single sea front facing room prior to the hotel's extension an refurbishment in 1999 - 2000.
The Grand Union Camera Obscura on Douglas Head was in a very dilapidated state when photographed in February 1996. Fortunately it was rescued by Manx National Heritage and has since been restored as a seasonal attraction. The Camera Obscura is the last surviving of a number of tourist attractions which once traded on Douglas Head.
Douglas Harbour, Isle of Man - July 1996
Douglas Inner Harbour before "Marinaisation".