Douglas Head Lighthouse


The rocks outside Douglas with a small concrete bunker


The Camera Obscura that projects images of the surrounding Douglas Bay (without the use of lens)


A Manx Electric Railway car with benches whose backrests can be manually rotated so the whole car doesn't have to be turned around at the last stop


Spring in Douglas


The Manx Electric Railway's open-air and closed carriages


Terraced housing in Douglas


Angler tending to the catch after pointing out a baby seal swimming near the pier


Fog over the Douglas lighthouse


At low tide you can walk a hundred metres from here before you reach the water


Unrealistically green Manx lawn


1943 litres


The port of Douglas


Beware! Horse trams! Douglas does actually have horse trams along its seaside promenade in summer.


The hunger strike over the prison's smoking ban was one of the biggest news story in the spring of 2008


Hutchinson Square




Anglers by Douglas lighthouse


'Maximum penalty: f^ck you' - fighting the power on the Isle of Man


The Manx find it important to show they're not English; they even paint Britain's standard black litter bins blue to show how much this is so.


Douglas Bay at low tide with the Tower of Refuge, a shelter built for sailors who got shipwrecked on Canister Rock


One of the Manx Electric Railway's tramcars


Park in Douglas


Though they paint their litter bins blue, the post pillar boxes remain red unlike their brothers on similarly Crown-dependent Guernsey


The Steam Railway at Douglas station


Residential Douglas


Victorian terraces built during the period when Douglas became a popular seaside resort with the English


The three-legged Manx symbol is almost ubiquitous on the island


View over Douglas with the Sileau Ruy mountain in the background


The scenic Raad Ny Foillan (The Way of the Gull) coastal path leading out of Douglas


Stone wall along the coastal road near Douglas

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