|Manx Electric Railway|
|Location||Maughold, Isle Of Man|
|Coordinates||Pole Nos. 488-489|
|Owned by||Isle Of Man Railways|
|Tracks||Two Running Lines|
|Previous names||Manx Electric Railway Co.|
It is the nearest stopping place to the line's summit. The halt is little used today but following a large landslip that severed the line in 1967 it acted as the railway's temporary terminus. Passengers would disembark their tramcar, walk onto the road and re-board a northerly based car to continue their journey. The halt serves the small hamlet of the same name, and is sometimes referred to as "Bulgham Bay" in literature.
The site of the halt is discernible from the main road that runs parallel as it features a set of steps for passengers built into the stone wall that separates the two. During July 2009 at a point a little further north of the station, a viewing platform consisting of planking and railings was erected here to demarcate the passenger-accessible land for special tram services that operate in the area.
Further north still is the summit of the line, at which point a plaque has been erected to the memory of Mike Goodwyn, historian and chairman of the Manx Electric Railway Society and this is visible from the passing tramcars.
- Mike Goodwyn (1993). Manx Electric. Platform Five. ISBN 978-1-872524-52-8.
- Keith Pearson (1992). 100 Years Of Manx Electric Railway. Leading Edge. ISBN 0-948135-38-7.
- Robert Hendry (1978). Manx Electric Album. Hillside Publishing. ISBN 0-9505933-0-3.
- Norman Jones (1994). Isle Of Man Tramways. Foxline Publishing. ISBN 1-870119-32-0.
- Manx Manx Electric Railway Stopping Places (2002) Manx Electric Railway Society
- Island Island Images: Manx Electric Railway Pages (2003) Jon Wornham
- Official Tourist Department Page (2009) Isle Of Man Heritage Railways