Welcome To Our New Look Website!

The Isle of Man Steam Railway Supporters' Association has hosted www.iomsrsa.org for quite some time and the decision has been taken to refresh the look of the page, add content and update existing pages.  In addition to the separate areas about both the Association and the railway itself, over time we will also be introducing and expanding the various features to include in depth articles on each locomotive, the series of rolling stock and details about both the open and closed lines.  As ever, we are indebted to contributors and always grateful to receive any feedback on the new page via the website administrator.

The ultimate goal is to achieve and online encyclopaedia about all aspects of the Isle of Man Railway from its inception in 1873 right up to the present day, and this special 150th anniversary year seemed like the ideal time to make a start.  Regular visitors may recall the old website which was removed some years ago, had more detailed information and it is our aim to have something similar in the fullness of time.  To date pages have been generated for each area we intend to include and we ask that visitors are patient as all content is being uploaded on a voluntary basis, updates will be shown on the home page.

No.11 Maitland at Castletown Station prior to the start of the 2023 season passing a works train with No.25 Sprout and Well Wagon No.2.  Note the linked items for this photograph, giving an indication of the detail that will be available over time on this new-look website.

No.11 Maitland south of Port St. Mary Station with an early season train hauling F.46 as leading carriage.  Information on rolling stock including which locomotives and carriages are in service on any given day will now be a feature of our site, check out the bottom of the home screen.

No.1 Sutherland and No.6 Peveril in the railway museum just at the end of the platform at Port Erin Station; these linked pages which show as underlined illustrate the detailed pages for each item and over time all these will be populated with information and photographs.

Summertime on the Isle of Man Railway with No.12 Hutchinson at Castletown Station.  Other new areas of the site include our Project Page, News Page, Useful Links and of course the Sales Page.