Brandywell TT Race Marshal Shelter and Weather Station on the A18 Mountain Road/B10 Brandywell Road (Sartfield Road) looking north towards Snaefell Mountain and North Barrule
Brandywell (Manx: Chibbyr y Phunch or Chibbyr Slieau ny Maggle) is situated between the 31st Milestone and 32nd Milestone road-side marker on the Snaefell Mountain Course on the primary A18 Mountain Road and the road junction with the secondary B10 Sartfield Road in the parish of Lezayre in the Isle of Man.
The area is dominated by the nearby Snaefell Mountain with an elevation of 621m (2036 feet) above sea level and the nearby summits of Beinn-y-Phott (544m), Mullagh Ouyr (491m) and Carraghan (500m). The name originates from a nearby water-well that was used by local shepherds to brand and sort flocks of mountain sheep. The area has a stone shelter and an Isle of Man Department of Transport Weather Station.
The Brandywell Corner was subject to road widening with the removal of the Beinn-y-Phott sheep-gate on the A18 Mountain Road for the 1935 Isle of Man TT Races.