Dalby, Isle of Man
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|Crown dependency||Isle of Man|
|Post town||ISLE OF MAN|
|Police||Isle of Man|
|Fire||Isle of Man|
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|House of Keys||Glenfaba & Peel|
Prior to its closure in 2007, the hamlet had a public house called the Ballacallin Hotel which was known for its views of the sunset over Niarbyl. Niarbyl is home to a cafe and visitor centre, as well as some traditional Manx cottages. It can be accessed by car, with parking available at the cafe.
During World War II, a radar station was located at Dalby. The radar station consisted of a number of bunkers, still visible in the fields between Dalby and Niarbyl and now part of local farm land.
St James church is a Church of England church in the Diocese of Sodor and Man. The church was one of several commissioned by the Bishop of Sodor and Man, Bishop Ward and was consecrated in 1839. It incorporates classrooms which are now used as the church hall.
- Gef aka the Dalby Spook.
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- "Isle of Man Radar Stations". Subterranea Britannica. 2003. Retrieved 18 December 2017.
- "Parish of Patrick churches". isleofman.com. 2006. Retrieved 18 December 2017.