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Isle of Man Steam Railway

The Isle of Man Steam Railway’s Dining Car offers a variety of experiences from fine dining to a casual Pie and Mash Train.

The Dining Car was built in 1905 and beautifully restored in 2013, it’s one of only a handful of fine dining narrow gauge dining cars in the world. They only use the finest Manx produce and the Dining Car is fully licensed and has a crafted list of 14 wines and a cocktail bar car. It has a capacity of 88 with three carriages in service. 

Visitors to the Isle of Man can purchase a Go Explore Travel card which gives unlimited travel on all Isle of Man Transport scheduled bus and rail services. Click here to buy your travel cards today with Visit IOM! Please note, the travel cards exclude events.

The Steam Railway dining events are bookable online with Visit IOM. Please click on the link for further details on the specific event:

Pie and Mash Train

Curry Club Train

Tapas Train

Jambalaya Jazz Train

Manxman Sunday Lunch Train

Silver Dream Lunch Train

Great British Dining Car events

The Golden Arrow Train

The Manxman Train

The Flying Scotsman Train

The Brighton Belle Train

Hop-tu-Naa Events

Hop-tu-Naa Spooky Lunch Train

Hop-tu-Naa Murder Mystery Train

Themed Events

Gin & Sin Train

Fireman's Brunch Train

A Midsummer Night's Steam Train

Back to School Express Train

Club Tropicana Train

Dine on the Rocket Train

The Isle of Man Steam Railway is an iconic piece of living Manx history that serves both as a functional means of getting from Port Erin to Douglas during the summer months, and as a mean or organising local events.

The true Victorian marvel opened in 1874 and, as well as being the longest narrow gauge steam line in Britain still runs with its original carriages and locomotives. The current southern route, which runs through several ideal locations for sightseeing on the Island, is around 25 kilometres long and was formerly part of a larger steam network connecting the rest of the Island. Much of the disused tracks in the North of the Island are now perfect locations for cycling and walking, offering great locations to view the Manx countryside.

The railway runs through a number of stops which, with the option of taking a bike onto the train, are ideal places to hop off and explore some of the Islands wildlife and countryside which would otherwise be hidden during a car journey.