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|Manx Electric Railway|
|Location||Maughold, Isle Of Man|
|Coordinates||Pole Nos. 846-847|
|Owned by||Isle Of Man Railways|
|Tracks||Two Running Lines|
|Structure type||Waiting Shelter|
|Previous names||Manx Electric Railway Co.|
It is situated between Lewaigue Station and Ramsey, the line's northern terminus. The poles bearing the overhead lines on the M.E.R. are numbered from Douglas and Belle Vue can be found at pole 846. The halt is located on the A15 road to Maughold Village and is actually closer to Port Lewaigue than to Port-E-Vullen.
Until 2001, there was a corrugated iron lineside shelter at the stop. Following some local controversy over its demolition, it was eventually replaced by a wooden structure originally located at Port Jack, north of Douglas.
The station is tended to by a group of locals who annually decorate the shelter and surroundings with flower beds and hanging baskets as well as attending to the general cleanliness of the area.
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