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SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's go for a tour around this beautiful island nation and let's enjoy its majestic capital, Douglas. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com. The Isle of Man is a self-governing Crown dependency in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland. The head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who holds the title of Lord of Mann.
Bus Vannin is the government owned & operated bus company on the Isle iof Man. In the summer months a scheduled service horse drawn tram operates on the Douglas promanade. The Manx Electric Railway (MER) operates a scheduled 17 mile service betweem Douglas and Ramsey, with 100 year old cars.
We can see the huge waves crashing on the prom. Apologies for the shakiness but even with the tripod the wind is too strong to be steady enough
Visit Isle of Man. Top 10 Isle of Man. Places to visit in Isle of Man. Attraction to see in Isle of Man. Here is my list: 1. Isle of Man Steam and Electric Railway 2. Douglas 3. International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) race 4. Manx Museum 5. Peel Castle 6. House of Manannan 7. Laxey Wheel 8. Snaefell 9. Castle Rushen 10. Home of Rest of Old Horses
Isle of Man, Douglas Overlooking sunny Douglas Promenade. Open-top horse drawn tram with driver, full of holidaymakers and bunting. Sunbathing holidaymakers on mostly crowded beach. Theatre names and show banners - Crescent, The Big Show, Freddie And The Dreamers, Susan Maughan, Gaiety, Happy Holiday Show, Kenny Ball, Modern Dance Festival, Dickie Valentine, Hylda Baker, Stella Hartley's £50 Talent Spot, Group Nights, Manfred Mann, The Crickets, Rolling Stones, Ken Dodd. Handball on the sand, beach ball in the water, snoozing in deckchairs.
We can see the huge waves crashing on the prom. Apologies for the shakiness but even with the tripod the wind is too strong.
tsunami on douglas beach
A contemplative ride off the beaten track at the 2016 TT Races on the Isle of Man: The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway (since 1876). Enjoy the full experience from Derby Castle to Sea Terminal onboard car no. 43 hauled by the tireless "Steve". See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Bay_Horse_Tramway Eine beschauliche Fahrt mit der Douglas Bay Horse Tramway entlang der 2,6 km langen Promenade von Douglas, Isle of Man -- abseits des TT-Wahnsinns auf dem Mountain Course. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Bay_Horse_Tramway Sunday 5th June 2016 Camera: D-J Stieger GoPro Hero 4/1080p 25
ISLE OF MAN TT 2016, RED ARROWS, LOCH PROMENADE DOUGLAS 360° View "The Isle of Man TT for many years was the most prestigious motor-cycle race in the world and also seen as the ultimate test for competitors and machines alike." Thousands of Bikers and Spectators from around the world are gathered to watch the Red Arrow Show by the Prom. While waiting, I took a 360° view of the Douglas Promenade viewing the rides stationed along quay, the motor racing happening on the other end of the beach, the boats on the sea, Ferry docked by the Sea Terminal etc. Would have been good if the weather was better but it turned out to be a little bit hazy. I apologize in advance that the video is a little bit shaky as I was feeling cold, trying to steady my camera is difficult.
Worlds first 360 Electric Tram Journey. Travel from Derby Castle Station, Douglas to Laxey Station on the Manx Electric Railway. 1. Immerse yourself in the Isle of Man's stunning scenery on a mobile device by just tilting the device or use your finger to swipe around the screen in all directions. 2. On a desktop or laptop computer, simply click and drag to enjoy the 360° field of view! 3. The 360° feature is supported on both Android and on Chrome browsers. Support is coming very soon for iOS and it is available on the Google Cardboard virtual reality set. 4. On youtube, to watch 360 degree videos, you'll need the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer on your computer. On mobile, use the latest version of the YouTube app for Android or iOS. 5. If using a VR...
Cab view from my Manx Electric 'Ultimate Driving Experience' trip. Motor 7 + Trailer 48 Part 3 Video split into sections. I missed recording Laxey to Ramsey but did get the return trip. There were two drivers (me and another) and two Manx Electric employees to supervise us. The other enthusiast had done the 'basic' 'UDE' previously. Manx Electric allowed me to book an 'Intermediate' on the basis I already knew how to drive a Heritage electric tram.
Behind the scenes at one of the Isle of Man's top restaurant, Portofino - http://www.portofino.im, including an exclusive interview with owner Mario Ciappelli. Portofino restaurant overlooks Douglas Marina and is located in the prestigious Quay West development.
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