The Manx Electric Railway holds to being the longest narrow gauge vintage railway in the British Isles. Over seventeen miles of line border the coastline between Douglas and Ramsey. All the operational trams are original, with the newest dating back as far as 1906. The trams pass through countryside, glens and villages. It is a truly wonderful journey covering a total distance of around 17 miles. The Tramway operates on a narrow gauge of 3ft and still runs with the original fleet with some of the Rolling stock dating back to 1893 and almost all predate 1910.