Heritage Conservation & Interpretation Projects
Over the past three decades, the Supporters' Association has undertaken directly or supported financially a significant number of heritage conservation and interpretation projects on the Isle of Man Railway, including: 

1994        Cosmetic restoration of Engine No.6 PEVERIL
1995        New side tanks for Engine No.15 CALEDONIA
1998        Rebuild of 2-plank Ballast Wagon M.78
2000        New replica 3-plank Open Wagon H.1
2001        New boiler & water injectors for Engine No.4 LOCH
2003        New water injectors for Engine No.13 KISSACK
2006        New water injectors for Engine No.15 CALEDONIA
2007        Feasibility Study for restoration of ex-CDRJC Railcars
2009        New Seat Moquette for Saloon Carriage F.29
2009        Booklet Publication - IMR Travellers’ Companion
2010        New boiler tubes for Engine No.4 LOCH
2012        Reconstruction of Slotted Post Semaphore Signal at Castletown
2012-15   Protected Building Registration Proposals for 11 Railway Stations & Lineside Structures
2013        Restoration of The Level & Four Roads Crossing Houses
2013        Peel Line '140'  - Display of Railwayana & Ephemera
2014-17   Restoration of Mill Road Crossing Gate Hut
2014        South Line '140' - New Information Panels
2014-15   Part Refurbishment of Port Erin Railway Museum
2015        Knockaloe Branch '100' - New Interpretative Display
2016        Douglas Workshops '125' - New Interpretative Display
2016        New replica Station Name "Running-In" Board at Union Mills station site
2016        New replica Station Name "Running-In" Board at Peel station site
2016        Promotion Stand at 2016 Warley Exhibition, NEC Birmingham
2017        Promotion Stand at 2017 Warley Exhibition, NEC Birmingham