To commemorate the opening of the Manx Northern Railway 140 years ago former MNR 0-6-0 No. 4 Caledonia (Built 1885, Dubs & Co., Glasgow) carried a special headboard and the names of the three other engines owned by the MNR on the buffer-beam. It is seen about to depart Douglas on 25th July 2019 with the 11.50 train to Port Erin.
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