Union Mills Station
1st July 1873
4th September 1968
Peel / Ramsey
2 Miles, 40 Chains
Closed & Lifted
Above: the structure at Union Mills dated from the earliest days and was a unique design with sloped roof, station masters office, shelter and storage space. There was a station clock mounte centrally above the office window and a large flagpole affixed to the western elevation.
Passing Loop | Goods Sidings | Road Bridge | Booking Office | Sentry Box | Store Room
The unusual and unique building here shown to good effect; it featured in the 1946 film I See A Dark Stranger starring Deborah Kerr.
View from a passing train in 1968 showing the long passing loop which was seldom used by this time, the long platform remains today.
An early view showing the bridge carrying the main Douglas to Peel road with the structure just visible on the right.
An early view of the station staff posed underneath the main Douglas to Peel road bridge, note the pointwork.
After closure and nature reclaims the site, the building was demolished in 1975 at the same time as the tracks were lifted.
Reopening and a train passes through the station which was a request stop by this time, and not manned after 1959.
After closure and the unusual station building stands forlorn, it was demolished in 1975 when the rails were lifted.