Pulrose Racecourse Halt
Peel / Ramsey
1 Mile 70 Chains
Closed & Lifted
Left: An approximation of the simple level crossing keepers' hut that existed at Pulrose Racecourse until the establishment over the overbridge; this is similar in many ways to the timber constructions that served along the south line, one of which at Mill Road just outside Castletown Station remains in place today and was fully restored by the Supporters' Association and returned to the site in 2017. Other such huts existed at Ballalonna, Ballastrang, Ballahick and Kentraugh on the south line while crossings on the Peel Line were more commonly given stone lodges, many of which still exist today as shelters along the Heritage Trail. Evidence that the level crossing at Pulrose Racecourse also served as a request stop can be evidenced by the image below which shows a traditional running in board to the rear of the lodge. The colour scheme here is imagined as green and cream which is how the existing survivor was painted upon completion of restoration works.
Crossing Keepers' Hut / Spur & Siding / Double-Portal Bridge / Level Crossing