Registered Buildings of the Isle of Man

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This is a list of Registered Buildings of the Isle of Man. It includes buildings and structures in the Isle of Man designated by Isle of Man's Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture (DEFA) "as having special architectural or historical interest". Over 250 buildings and structures are listed, and 275 more have been identified as having potential for listing.[1]

Ongoing enforcement and registration of buildings is administered by a Planning and Building Control Directorate, within DEFA,[2] and is guided by a planning policy document on conservation of the historic environment.[3]

DEFA notes that eight of the registered buildings have thatched roofs.[1] Thatching in the Isle of Man include a group of thatched houses at Cregneash Folk Museum.[4] which appear not to be Registered Buildings.

DEFA notes that ten are designed by noted architect Baillie Scott.[1] A number are designed by, or associated with, architect Thomas Brine.[note 1]

The Alliance for Building Conservation, a consortium of heritage groups on the Isle of Man, was organized in 2014-15 and has advocated for more preservation of buildings. It had concerns in 2015 about a backlog for registration of heritage buildings.[5]

List of buildings[edit]

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The Registered Buildings are:

KEY

Has thatched roof
Baillie Scott-designed
Official name[1] Image Location Parish
/local
authority
area
[1]
Date of registration[1] Note
2 Leodest Methodist Chapel, Leodest Road Semi-derelict farm building on the Leodest Road, Andreas - geograph.org.uk - 484354.jpg Leodest Road
54°22′32″N 4°27′10″W / 54.375426°N 4.452840°W / 54.375426; -4.452840 (Leodest Methodist Chapel)
Andreas 23 May 1983 A Primitive Methodist chapel built in 1835[6][7]
5 Yn Thie Thooit, Lhen Bridge Lhen Road
54°23′24″N 4°23′49″W / 54.390047°N 4.396957°W / 54.390047; -4.396957 (Yn Thie Thooit, Lhen Bridge)
Andreas 23 May 1983 House with thatched roof.[8]
189 Close Lake House Jurby Road
54°20′00″N 4°26′21″W / 54.333208°N 4.439249°W / 54.333208; -4.439249 (Close Lake House)
Andreas 15 May 2001 Mid-Victorian double-fronted house, perhaps built around 1703 for Rev. Wm. Bell Christian and his new wife, Charlotte Elizabeth Brine.[9]
247 Ballaradcliffe House, Kiondroghad Road Kiondroghad Road
54°21′59″N 4°27′11″W / 54.366414°N 4.452920°W / 54.366414; -4.452920 (Ballaradcliffe House)
Andreas 23 March 2007 Farmhouse on quarterland which has been in the Radcliffe family for 400 years. Built in the 1800s with Georgian-style exterior, on brow of a hill.[10]
255 The Old Rectory, Andreas Village Andreas Village
54°21′57″N 4°26′33″W / 54.365831°N 4.442509°W / 54.365831; -4.442509 (The Old Rectory, Andreas Village)
Andreas 2 May 2009 [11]
150 Balladoole Farm Buildings 54°04′59″N 4°40′42″W / 54.083104°N 4.678352°W / 54.083104; -4.678352 (Balladooole Farm Buildings) Arbory 8 February 1994 [12]
207 The Former Wesleyan Chapel, Earystane Village Earystane Village
54°07′07″N 4°42′35″W / 54.118733°N 4.709731°W / 54.118733; -4.709731 (Former Wesleyan Chapel, Earystane Village (approximate location from Manxnotebook grid reference))
Arbory 18 October 2002 Church from 1864[13][14]
235 Parville, also known as Parville Place, Ballagawne Road, Ballabeg, IM9 4LF Ballagawne Road, Ballabeg
54°06′04″N 4°40′55″W / 54.101247°N 4.682002°W / 54.101247; -4.682002 (Parville Place)
Arbory 1 September 2006 Prominent, large house set within extensive gardens. Hard to date; original portion believed to be from lifetime of Deemster John Parr, 1651-1713.[15]
11 Ballaugh Old Church, The Cronk Ballaugh Old Church - geograph.org.uk - 787313.jpg Cronk Rd (A10), The Cronk
54°19′48″N 4°33′13″W / 54.329941°N 4.553489°W / 54.329941; -4.553489 (Ballaugh Old Church)
Ballaugh 21 July 1983 History dating to before 1231. "New" parish church built 1832, now known as Ballaugh Old Church.[16]
1 Bishopscourt, together with buildings contiguous therewith Bishopscourt IMG 0134.JPG 54°17′59″N 4°34′15″W / 54.299707°N 4.570821°W / 54.299707; -4.570821 (Bishopscourt) Ballaugh 23 May 1983 [17]
12 Old Kirk Braddan Church, Saddle Road Kirk Braddan Old Church - geograph.org.uk - 24358.jpg 54°09′40″N 4°30′25″W / 54.160993°N 4.507041°W / 54.160993; -4.507041 (Old Kirk Braddan Church, Saddle Road) Braddan 21 July 1983 [note 2]
81 Crogga Mill Braddan 13 May 1985 [18]
92 Cronkbourne Village Ballafletcher Road54°10′07″N 4°29′48″W / 54.168623°N 4.496635°W / 54.168623; -4.496635 (Cronbourne Village) Braddan 7 July 1987 Two dozen cottages in two rows.[19]
130 St Luke's Church St Luke's church - geograph.org.uk - 32579.jpg Brandywell Rd.54°12′35″N 4°30′58″W / 54.209751°N 4.516128°W / 54.209751; -4.516128 (St. Luke's Church) Braddan 16 April 1990 [20]
153 Cronkbourne House and Cronkbourne Place 54°10′02″N 4°29′45″W / 54.167172°N 4.495831°W / 54.167172; -4.495831 (Cronkbourne House and Cronkbourne Place) Braddan 6 February 1995 [21]
158 Cemetery Office, Braddan Church 54°09′51″N 4°30′20″W / 54.164097°N 4.505620°W / 54.164097; -4.505620 (Cemetery Office, Braddan Church) Braddan 26 January 1996 Baillie Scott-designed.[22]
165 Oak House, Ballamona Braddan 4 July 1996 Oak House within Ballamona Hospital, Strang.[23] (Within the current site of Noble's Hospital)
180 Port Soderick Railway Station 54°07′36″N 4°32′18″W / 54.126561°N 4.538388°W / 54.126561; -4.538388 (Port Soderick Railway Station) Braddan 18 September 2000 1897 built.[24]
229 Braddan Lodge, Braddan Road 54°09′53″N 4°30′21″W / 54.164604°N 4.505856°W / 54.164604; -4.505856 (Braddan Lodge, Braddan Road) Braddan 22 July 2005 [25]
232 Former Toll House, (Tollgate House), Old Castletown Road junction, Marine Drive[note 3] 54°08′03″N 4°31′14″W / 54.134211°N 4.520549°W / 54.134211; -4.520549 (Former Toll House, (Tollgate House), Old Castletown Road junction, Marine Drive) Braddan 6 June 2006 [26]
233 The Ornamental Gateway, Marine Drive Douglas Marine Drive archway - geograph.org.uk - 1060808.jpg 54°08′26″N 4°28′15″W / 54.140669°N 4.470895°W / 54.140669; -4.470895 (The Ornamental Gateway, Marine Drive) Braddan 6 June 2006 Romantic, castellated gateway.[27]
3 Cranstal Cottage, Cranstal Cranstal Rd., Cranstal
54°23′28″N 4°22′31″W / 54.391136°N 4.375384°W / 54.391136; -4.375384 (Cranstal Cottage, Cranstal)
Bride 23 May 1983 Has thatched roof.[28]
4 Bridge Cottage, Cranstal Cranstal Rd., Cranstal
54°23′26″N 4°22′35″W / 54.390473°N 4.376430°W / 54.390473; -4.376430 (Bridge Cottage, Cranstal)
Bride 23 May 1983 Has thatched roof, 100 yards from Cranstal Cottage.[29]
135 Thurot Cottage, Hill Road Thurot Cottage Road
54°23′07″N 4°24′36″W / 54.385236°N 4.410019°W / 54.385236; -4.410019 (Thurot Cottage)
Bride 17 October 1990 [30]
146 Thurot Cottage Outbuildings and Gate, Hill Road Bride 21 October 1992 [31]
147 Point of Ayre Lighthouse Point of Ayre Lighthouse - geograph.org.uk - 1729732.jpg Point of Ayre
54°24′56.7″N 4°22′05.2″W / 54.415750°N 4.368111°W / 54.415750; -4.368111 (Point of Ayre Lighthouse)
Bride 5 November 1993 [32]
16 Bridge House (main building), Bridge Street Bridge House and Bridge Cottage Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 1701566.jpg Bridge Street
54°04′27″N 4°39′04″W / 54.074042°N 4.651099°W / 54.074042; -4.651099 (Bridge House, Castletown)
Castletown 26 September 1983 Four-storey building with pitched slate roof masked by parapet.[33] Site of the former Isle of Man Bank (Quayle's Bank). Attached Nautical Museum building is excluded.
17 Town Hall (Manannan House) Market Square (the main building) 54°04′24″N 4°39′14″W / 54.073413°N 4.653934°W / 54.073413; -4.653934 (Town Hall (Manannan House) Market Square (the main building)) Castletown 26 September 1983 [34]
24 Castle Rushen Castle Rushen in March 2006.jpg 54°04′26″N 4°39′10″W / 54.073769°N 4.6529°W / 54.073769; -4.6529 (Castle Rushen) Castletown 3 February 1984 [35]
25 The Castle Arms Hotel (The Glue Pot) The Castle Arms (Glue Pot) Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 1711118.jpg Castle Street
54°04′26″N 4°39′09″W / 54.074027°N 4.652380°W / 54.074027; -4.652380 (The Castle Arms Hotel (The Glue Pot))
Castletown 3 February 1984 [36]
26 The Social Security Offices 54°04′26″N 4°39′08″W / 54.073998°N 4.652204°W / 54.073998; -4.652204 (The Social Security Offices, Castletown) Castletown 3 February 1984 [37]
27 The Police Station Police Station, Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 152476.jpg 54°04′26″N 4°39′08″W / 54.073802°N 4.652120°W / 54.073802; -4.652120 (The Police Station, Castletown) Castletown 3 February 1984 One-storey stone building with a circular turret, designed by architect Baillie Scott.[38]

The status of this site is currently under review in 2018; the old building has been deemed "surplus" and is no longer used by the police, and had been put up for sale. It was possible that Manx Museum National Trust could take ownership.[39]

28 The Post Office 54°04′25″N 4°39′08″W / 54.073683°N 4.652127°W / 54.073683; -4.652127 (The Post Office, Castletown) Castletown 3 February 1984 [40]
29 The Commissioners' Office (Old House of Keys) Parliament Square Ohok1.jpg 54°04′24″N 4°39′07″W / 54.073389°N 4.652083°W / 54.073389; -4.652083 (Old House of Keys) Castletown 3 February 1984 [41]
30 Barclays Bank, Market Square Market Square
54°04′25″N 4°39′13″W / 54.073555°N 4.653614°W / 54.073555; -4.653614 (Barclays Bank, Market Square)
Castletown 3 February 1984 [42]
31 "The Parade Stores" (G & F Collister), 1 Malew Street IM9 1AB 1 Malew St.
54°04′25″N 4°39′14″W / 54.073628°N 4.653904°W / 54.073628; -4.653904 (The Parade Stores (G & F Collister))
Castletown 3 February 1984 [43] Later Lloyds Pharmacy.
32 The Manx Co-operative Store, The Parade The Cooperative shop and Post Office Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 1705476.jpg 54°04′23″N 4°39′13″W / 54.073051°N 4.653529°W / 54.073051; -4.653529 (The Manx Co-operative Store, The Parade) Castletown 3 February 1984 [44] See The Manx Co-operative Store, Manx Co-operative Store.
33 The Smelt Memorial 'The Square' Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 152348.jpg 54°04′24″N 4°39′12″W / 54.073200°N 4.653291°W / 54.073200; -4.653291 (Smelt Memorial) Castletown 3 February 1984 [45] Built 1836-37.
34 No. 5 The Parade The Parade
54°04′22″N 4°39′12″W / 54.072803°N 4.653270°W / 54.072803; -4.653270 (No. 5 The Parade)
Castletown 3 February 1984 [46]
35 Balcony House, The Parade Balcony House Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 1705243.jpg 54°04′22.29″N 4°39′11.5″W / 54.0728583°N 4.653194°W / 54.0728583; -4.653194 (Balcony House, The Parade) Castletown 3 February 1984 [47]
36 "The Odd Bottle"/Castle Wine Stores, 6A The Parade 54°04′23″N 4°39′12″W / 54.072923°N 4.653379°W / 54.072923; -4.653379 (The Odd Bottle/Castle Wine Stores, 6A The Parade) Castletown 3 February 1984 [48]
37 No. 7 (formerly No. 4), The Parade The Cooperative shop and Post Office Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 1705476.jpg The Parade
54°04′23″N 4°39′12″W / 54.072995°N 4.653448°W / 54.072995; -4.653448 (No. 7 (formerly No. 4), The Parade)
Castletown 3 February 1984 [49]
38 The George Hotel, The Parade The Parade
54°04′23″N 4°39′13″W / 54.073178°N 4.653635°W / 54.073178; -4.653635 (The George Hotel)
Castletown 3 February 1984 [50]
39 The Isle of Man Bank, The Parade The Isle of Man and Lloyds Banks in Castletown Square - geograph.org.uk - 1467042.jpg The Parade
54°04′24″N 4°39′13″W / 54.073279°N 4.653726°W / 54.073279; -4.653726 (The Isle of Man Bank, The Parade)
Castletown 3 February 1984 [51] Branch of the Isle of Man Bank
40 The Trustee Savings Bank, The Parade The Parade
54°04′24″N 4°39′14″W / 54.073342°N 4.653823°W / 54.073342; -4.653823 (The Trustee Savings Bank, The Parade)
Castletown 3 February 1984 [52] Former branch of the Trustee Savings Bank. Later Lloyds TSB.
41 Ellan Vannin, The Quay The Quay
54°04′26″N 4°39′07″W / 54.073772°N 4.651827°W / 54.073772; -4.651827 (Ellan Vannin, The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [53]
42 Packet House, The Quay The Quay
54°04′25″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073680°N 4.651689°W / 54.073680; -4.651689 (Packet House, The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [54]
43 1 Quay Lane 1 Quay Lane
54°04′25″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073538°N 4.651797°W / 54.073538; -4.651797 (1 Quay Lane)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [55]
44 2 Quay Lane 2 Quay Lane
54°04′25″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073577°N 4.651741°W / 54.073577; -4.651741 (2 Quay Lane)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [56]
45 Garage, rear of "Clarksons", 1 Parliament Square 54°04′24″N 4°39′07″W / 54.073463°N 4.651874°W / 54.073463; -4.651874 (Garage, rear of "Clarksons", 1 Parliament Square) Castletown 24 February 1984 [57] Modified extensively to add second storey, or possibly demolished and replaced by two-storey stone building.[note 4]
46 1 Parliament Square 1 Parliament Square
54°04′25″N 4°39′07″W / 54.073551°N 4.652018°W / 54.073551; -4.652018 (1 Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [58]
47 Harbour House, 7 The Quay 7 The Quay
54°04′25″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073575°N 4.651489°W / 54.073575; -4.651489 (Harbour House, 7 The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [59]
48 The Granary, The Quay The Quay
54°04′25″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073515°N 4.651431°W / 54.073515; -4.651431 (The Granary, The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [60]
49 5 The Quay 5 The Quay
54°04′24″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073472°N 4.651357°W / 54.073472; -4.651357 (5 The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [61]
50 4 The Quay 4 The Quay54°04′24″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073436°N 4.651282°W / 54.073436; -4.651282 (4 The Quay) Castletown 24 February 1984 [62]
51 3 The Quay 3 The Quay
54°04′24″N 4°39′04″W / 54.073397°N 4.651224°W / 54.073397; -4.651224 (3 The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [63]
53 The Soup Kitchen/The Old Inn, Parliament Lane Parliament Lane
54°04′24″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073325°N 4.651379°W / 54.073325; -4.651379 (The Soup Kitchen/The Old Inn, Parliament Lane)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [64]
54 3 Parliament Lane 3 Parliament Lane
54°04′24″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073418°N 4.651405°W / 54.073418; -4.651405 (3 Parliament Lane)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [65]
55 1 Parliament Lane 1 Parliament Lane
54°04′24″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073435°N 4.651597°W / 54.073435; -4.651597 (1 Parliament Lane)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [66]
56 Former H M Coastguard Building (now Rocket House), Parliament Square 1 Quay Lane
54°04′25″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073481°N 4.651645°W / 54.073481; -4.651645 (Former H M Coastguard Building (now Rocket House), Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [67]
57 4 Quay Lane 4 Quay Lane
54°04′25″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073544°N 4.651564°W / 54.073544; -4.651564 (4 Quay Lane)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [68]
58 2 Parliament Square 2 Parliament Square
54°04′24″N 4°39′06″W / 54.073337°N 4.651714°W / 54.073337; -4.651714 (2 Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [69]
59 3 The Parade The Parade
54°04′23″N 4°39′10″W / 54.072994°N 4.652765°W / 54.072994; -4.652765 (3 The Parade)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [70]
60 The Old Lifeboat House, The Quay The Quay
54°04′23″N 4°39′05″W / 54.073057°N 4.651507°W / 54.073057; -4.651507 (The Old Lifeboat House, The Quay)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [71]
61 3 Parliament Square Parliament Square
54°04′24″N 4°39′07″W / 54.073327°N 4.651886°W / 54.073327; -4.651886 (3 Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [72]
62 4 Parliament Square Parliament Square
54°04′24″N 4°39′07″W / 54.073342°N 4.652005°W / 54.073342; -4.652005 (4 Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [73]
63 Westminster House, Parliament Square 54°04′24″N 4°39′08″W / 54.073293°N 4.652288°W / 54.073293; -4.652288 (Westminster House, Parliament Square) Castletown 24 February 1984 [74]
64 5 Parliament Square Parliament Square
54°04′24″N 4°39′08″W / 54.073361°N 4.652315°W / 54.073361; -4.652315 (5 Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [75]
65 Compton House, Parliament Square Parliament Square
54°04′24″N 4°39′09″W / 54.073388°N 4.652411°W / 54.073388; -4.652411 (Compton House, Parliament Square)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [76]
66 Stanley House, Castle Street Castle Street
54°04′24″N 4°39′09″W / 54.073327°N 4.652630°W / 54.073327; -4.652630 (Stanley House, Castle Street)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [77] Later "Leonardo's Restaurant".
67 "Hawtons", 5 Castle Street Castle Street
54°04′24″N 4°39′10″W / 54.073273°N 4.652839°W / 54.073273; -4.652839 (Hawtons, 5 Castle Street)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [78]
68 3 Castle Street Castle Street
54°04′24″N 4°39′11″W / 54.073230°N 4.652929°W / 54.073230; -4.652929 (3 Castle Street)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [79]
69 24 Castle Street 24 Castle Street
54°04′24″N 4°39′11″W / 54.073203°N 4.653016°W / 54.073203; -4.653016 (24 Castle Street)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [80]
70 Red House, 1 The Parade The Parade
54°04′23″N 4°39′11″W / 54.073112°N 4.652920°W / 54.073112; -4.652920 (Red House, 1 The Parade)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [81]
71 2 The Parade The Parade
54°04′23″N 4°39′10″W / 54.073042°N 4.652828°W / 54.073042; -4.652828 (2 The Parade)
Castletown 24 February 1984 [82]
72 St Mary's Church St Mary's Chapel Castletown - geograph.org.uk - 1705498.jpg 54°04′22″N 4°39′10″W / 54.072815°N 4.652857°W / 54.072815; -4.652857 (St. Mary's Church, Castletown) Castletown 15 March 1984 [83] Former church building, now offices.
73 St Mary's Chapel/Old Grammar School Old Grammar School, Castletown.jpg 54°04′22.02″N 4°39′07.87″W / 54.0727833°N 4.6521861°W / 54.0727833; -4.6521861 (St Mary's Chapel/Old Grammar School) Castletown 15 March 1984 [84]
76 The Witches Mill and attached building (part of Mill Court) 54°04′31″N 4°39′44″W / 54.075257°N 4.662323°W / 54.075257; -4.662323 (The Witches Mill and attached building (part of Mill Court)) Castletown 28 February 1985 [85]
185 King William's College, Castletown 54°04′44″N 4°38′06″W / 54.078967°N 4.635016°W / 54.078967; -4.635016 (King William's College, Castletown) Castletown 6 July 2001 [86]
208 The Golden Meadow Mill 54°04′45″N 4°39′06″W / 54.079266°N 4.651585°W / 54.079266; -4.651585 (The Golden Meadow Mill) Castletown 18 October 2002 Also known as Meadow Mill or Paradise Meadow Mill.[87]
257 Castletown Railway Station, Victoria Road Castletown-station.jpg 54°04′43″N 4°38′56″W / 54.078670°N 4.648767°W / 54.078670; -4.648767 (Castletown Railway Station) Castletown 8 April 2008 Built of local limestone in c.1874. Listing includes two buildings.[88]
259 Elderbank, The Crofts, IM9 1LW 54°04′28″N 4°39′24″W / 54.074310°N 4.656689°W / 54.074310; -4.656689 (Elderbank, The Crofts) Castletown 8 April 2008 [89]
260 Westwood, The Crofts, IM9 1LW 54°04′29″N 4°39′24″W / 54.074622°N 4.656682°W / 54.074622; -4.656682 (Westwood, The Crofts) Castletown 8 April 2008 Associated with Manx architect Thomas Brine.[90]
261 Crofton, The Crofts, IM9 1LW 54°04′29″N 4°39′23″W / 54.074751°N 4.656306°W / 54.074751; -4.656306 (Crofton, The Crofts) Castletown 8 April 2008 [91]
264 Royal British Legion Hall, Janet's Corner Bromet Road Castletown 3 March 2009 [92] Possibly has been demolished.[93]
269 Lorne House Bridge Street
54°04′30″N 4°39′04″W / 54.075021°N 4.651074°W / 54.075021; -4.651074 (Lorne House, Castletown)
Castletown 11 November 2015 Two-storey stone mansion and gardens. Originally built in the 1700s; rebuilt or extended in 1828 to Georgian design of Thomas Brine.[94]
18 20 Church Street 20 Church St.
54°08′56″N 4°28′52″W / 54.149009°N 4.481214°W / 54.149009; -4.481214 (20 Church Street)
Douglas 26 September 1988 [95]
19 22 Church Street (including that portion of the shop extending under No. 20 Church Street) 22 Church St.
54°08′57″N 4°28′53″W / 54.149067°N 4.481264°W / 54.149067; -4.481264 (22 Church Street)
Douglas 26 September 1983 [96]
20 24 Church Street 24 Church St.
54°08′57″N 4°28′53″W / 54.149105°N 4.481296°W / 54.149105; -4.481296 (24 Church St.)
Douglas 26 September 1983 [97]
21 7 John Street 7 John Street
54°08′56″N 4°28′52″W / 54.148977°N 4.481154°W / 54.148977; -4.481154 (7 John Street)
Douglas 26 September 1983 [98]
74 Douglas Railway Station, together with the Ticket Office, Gateway and boundary walls IMR-douglas.jpg 54°08′52″N 4°29′07″W / 54.147847°N 4.485301°W / 54.147847; -4.485301 (Douglas Railway Station) Douglas 15 March 1984 [99]
77 The Grand Union Camera Obscura, Douglas Head Camera obscura douglas isle of man.jpg Douglas Head54°08′36″N 4°28′02″W / 54.143345°N 4.467289°W / 54.143345; -4.467289 (Grand Union Camera Obscura) Douglas 29 March 1985 [100]
78 Clinch's Brewery Building, North Quay North Quay
54°08′51″N 4°29′04″W / 54.147520°N 4.484386°W / 54.147520; -4.484386 (Clinch's Brewery Building, North Quay)
Douglas 29 March 1985 [101] See Clinch's Brewery
82 The Castle Mona Hotel, Central Promenade 54°09′42″N 4°28′24″W / 54.161754°N 4.473410°W / 54.161754; -4.473410 (The Castle Mona Hotel) Douglas 3 October 1985 [102]
86 The Spire of St Andrew's United Reform Church, Finch Road Finch Road
54°09′02″N 4°28′52″W / 54.150672°N 4.481073°W / 54.150672; -4.481073 (The Spire of St Andrew's United Reform Church, Finch Road)
Douglas 19 February 1986 [103] Indeed, 2010 Google Streetview imagery shows spire while church beside has been replaced. St. Andrew's United Reform Church has relocated.[note 5]
93 4 Finch Road 4 Finch Road
54°09′04″N 4°28′52″W / 54.151132°N 4.480974°W / 54.151132; -4.480974 (4 Finch Road)
Douglas 27 July 1987 [104]
94 6 Finch Road 6 Finch Road
54°09′06″N 4°28′51″W / 54.151691°N 4.480901°W / 54.151691; -4.480901 (6 Finch Road)
Douglas 27 July 1987 [105]
95 8 Finch Road 8 Finch Road
54°09′05″N 4°28′52″W / 54.151301°N 4.481001°W / 54.151301; -4.481001 (8 Finch Road)
Douglas 27 July 1987 [106]
96 12 Finch Road Douglas 9 September 1987 [107]
97 14 Finch Road 14 Finch Road
54°09′06″N 4°28′51″W / 54.151686°N 4.480901°W / 54.151686; -4.480901 (14 Finch Road)
Douglas 9 September 1987 [108]
98 16 Finch Road Douglas 27 July 1987 It is identified as the British Legion Club in map accompanying registration.[109]
99 18 Finch Road Douglas 27 July 1987 [110]
100 20 Finch Road Douglas 27 July 1987 [111]
101 22 Finch Road Douglas 27 July 1987 [112]
102 24 Finch Road Douglas 27 July 1987 [113]
105 The Old thatch, Brunswick Road 54°09′38″N 4°29′29″W / 54.160525°N 4.491505°W / 54.160525; -4.491505 (The Old Thatch, Brunswick Road) Douglas 17 February 1988 [114] Has thatched roof.
106 St Matthew's Church, North Quay North Quay
54°08′52″N 4°28′49″W / 54.147750°N 4.480271°W / 54.147750; -4.480271 (St Matthew's Church, North Quay)
Douglas 19 September 1988 [115]
107 The Rechabite Hall, Allan Street Allan Street
54°09′06″N 4°29′12″W / 54.151619°N 4.486733°W / 54.151619; -4.486733 (The Rechabite Hall, Allan Street)
Douglas 9 November 1988 [116]
112 The Falcon Cliff Hotel Palace Road54°09′49″N 4°28′17″W / 54.163719°N 4.471314°W / 54.163719; -4.471314 (Falcon Cliff Hotel) Douglas 11 September 1989 Built in 1836 to Gothic design of local architect John Robinson.[117]
113 The Douglas Head Hotel Douglas Head
54°08′33″N 4°28′09″W / 54.142473°N 4.469220°W / 54.142473; -4.469220 (Douglas Head Hotel)
Douglas 11 September 1989 [118]
114 The Salisbury Hotel, Victoria Street Victoria Street
54°08′57″N 4°28′38″W / 54.149104°N 4.477342°W / 54.149104; -4.477342 (The Salisbury Hotel, Victoria Street)
Douglas 11 September 1989 [119]
115 The Harbour Swing Bridge Tower and Mechanism 54°08′48″N 4°28′39″W / 54.146690°N 4.477413°W / 54.146690; -4.477413 (The Harbour Swing Bridge Tower and Mechanism) Douglas 11 September 1989 [120]
120 The Market Buildings North Quay
54°08′53″N 4°28′44″W / 54.147961°N 4.479013°W / 54.147961; -4.479013 (The Market Buildings (Butchers Market))
54°08′53″N 4°28′43″W / 54.148088°N 4.478624°W / 54.148088; -4.478624 (The Market Buildings (Fish and Butter Market))
Douglas 11 September 1989 Iron pavilion buildings, with Butchers Market on west side of Market Hill road and Fish and Butter Market on east.[121]
132 Red Pier Complex, King Edward Pier King Edward Pier
54°08′50″N 4°28′30″W / 54.147201°N 4.475106°W / 54.147201; -4.475106 (Red Pier Complex, King Edward Pier)
Douglas 20 July 1990 Last surviving vestige of former Red Pier complex.[122]
134 The Coach House, Selbourne Drive At corner of lanes behind Selbourne Drive and Albany Road
54°09′29″N 4°29′28″W / 54.158082°N 4.491227°W / 54.158082; -4.491227 (Registered Building No. 134)
Douglas 4 October 1990 [123]
137 The Nook, Quarterbridge Road Quarterbridge Road
54°09′21″N 4°30′03″W / 54.155913°N 4.500724°W / 54.155913; -4.500724 (The Nook, Quarterbridge Road)
Douglas 15 April 1991 [124]
145 Okells Brewery, Glen Falcon 54°09′30″N 4°28′50″W / 54.158197°N 4.480471°W / 54.158197; -4.480471 (Okells Brewery, Glen Falcon) Douglas 17 March 1992 [125] See Okells Brewery
149 Douglas Head Lighthouse DOuglasheadlight2.jpg 54°08′36″N 4°27′57″W / 54.143428°N 4.465806°W / 54.143428; -4.465806 (Douglas Head Lighthouse) Douglas 5 November 1993 [126]
156 Facade and Foyer, Strand Cinema Strand Street54°09′05″N 4°28′45″W / 54.151376°N 4.479164°W / 54.151376; -4.479164 (Facade and Foyer, Strand Cinema) Douglas 11 July 1995 The Strand Theatre, built in 1913, was the first purpose-built cinema in the Isle of Man. Deemed "a strikingly good example of 'People's Palace' architecture".[127]
159 "Ivydene", Little Switzerland 54°10′00″N 4°28′02″W / 54.166629°N 4.467225°W / 54.166629; -4.467225 (Ivydene, Little Switzerland) Douglas 26 January 1996 Baillie Scott-designed.[128]
160 The Red House, Victoria Road Victoria Road
54°10′13″N 4°28′09″W / 54.170321°N 4.469097°W / 54.170321; -4.469097 (The Red House, Victoria Road)
Douglas 26 January 1996 Baillie Scott-designed.[129]
161 "Oakleigh", Glencrutchery Road Glencrutchery Road (A2)
54°10′12″N 4°28′19″W / 54.170115°N 4.471931°W / 54.170115; -4.471931 (Oakleigh, Glencrutchery Road)
Douglas 26 January 1996 Baillie Scott-designed.[130]
162 Myrtle Bank, Little Switzerland 54°10′03″N 4°28′10″W / 54.167576°N 4.469402°W / 54.167576; -4.469402 (Myrtle Bank, Little Switzerland) Douglas 26 January 1996 Two-storey Baillie Scott-designed, semi-attached to Hollybank.[131]
163 Hollybank, Little Switzerland 54°10′03″N 4°28′10″W / 54.167576°N 4.469402°W / 54.167576; -4.469402 (Holly Bank, Little Switzerland) Douglas 26 January 1996 Baillie Scott-designed, semi-attached to Myrtle Bank.[132]
164 Falcon Cliff Terrace, Ivy Cottage, Thie Bannee, Inglenook, Thorn Bank[note 6] Falcon Cliff Terrace
54°09′51″N 4°28′33″W / 54.164225°N 4.475923°W / 54.164225; -4.475923 (Falcon Cliff Terrace, Ivy Cottage, Thie Bannee, Inglenook, Thorn Bank)
Douglas 26 January 1996 A row house designed by Baillie Scott.[133]
166 Cadran Cottage, Ballanard Road Ballanard Road
54°10′24″N 4°29′23″W / 54.173232°N 4.489752°W / 54.173232; -4.489752 (Cadran Cottage, Ballanard Road)
Douglas 15 September 1996 Pre-1869 cottage remodelled c.1910 with design by Manx designer Archibald Knox.[134] Labelled with sign "Cadran Cottage".[135]
167 Douglas Courthouse and 13 Athol Street Athol Street
54°08′58″N 4°28′54″W / 54.149346°N 4.481685°W / 54.149346; -4.481685 (Douglas Courthouse and 13 Athol Street)
Douglas 15 April 1997 Georgian-style building, probably a work of local architect John Robinson.[136] By 2010, however, the facade of 13 Athol Street, or perhaps its entirety, has been replaced.[137]
169 Douglas Town Hall and Public Library, Ridgeway Street Ridgeway Street
54°08′56″N 4°28′51″W / 54.148792°N 4.480739°W / 54.148792; -4.480739 (Douglas Town Hall and Public Library, Ridgeway Street)
Douglas 22 May 1997 Town Hall with 47 by 32 feet (14.3 m × 9.8 m) arched-roof Council Chamber. With adjoining library which effectively served as a national library of the Isle of Man for many years. Built at cost of £25,708, in use by 1900.[138]
173 Central Hotel 54°09′27″N 4°28′38″W / 54.157372°N 4.477268°W / 54.157372; -4.477268 (Central Hotel, Douglas) Douglas 25 June 1998 [139]
174 1 Albert Terrace 1 Albert Terrace54°09′17″N 4°28′56″W / 54.154826°N 4.482309°W / 54.154826; -4.482309 (1 Albert Terrace) Douglas 25 June 1998 [140]
177 Erin Brae, Queen's Promenade Queen's Promenade
54°09′56″N 4°28′01″W / 54.165492°N 4.466909°W / 54.165492; -4.466909 (Erin Brae, Queen's Promenade)
Douglas 12 October 1998 Built c.1822. Has served as private residence and as a hotel.[141] Later Kings Guest House.[142]
178 St Thomas Church, Douglas 54°09′16″N 4°28′46″W / 54.154419°N 4.479574°W / 54.154419; -4.479574 (St. Thomas Church, Douglas) Douglas 14 June 1999 Built 1846-49 but soon closed due to dispute over patronage and not reopened until 1872.[143]
179 Harold Tower, Douglas Head Road 54°08′39″N 4°28′17″W / 54.144172°N 4.471322°W / 54.144172; -4.471322 (Harold Tower, Douglas Head Road) Douglas 18 September 2000 Castellated octagonal tower/house, screened by trees, built in 1833 originally as a folly.[144]
186 Douglas Hotel, North Quay North Quay
54°08′53″N 4°28′42″W / 54.147923°N 4.478290°W / 54.147923; -4.478290 (Douglas Hotel, North Quay)
Douglas 26 July 2001 [145]
187 1-12 Victoria Terrace, off Victoria Road Victoria Terrace
54°09′35″N 4°28′44″W / 54.159651°N 4.478769°W / 54.159651; -4.478769 (1-12 Victoria Terrace, off Victoria Road)
Douglas 15 August 2001 [146]
188 All Saints Church, Alexander Drive All Saints Church, Douglas.jpg 54°09′21″N 4°29′23″W / 54.155965°N 4.48971°W / 54.155965; -4.48971 (All Saints Church, Douglas) Douglas 15 August 2001 It includes a mural by local artist Dorothy Nicholson.[147] Relatively modern church built on site of older historic one; closed in 2017.
190 Woodlands, Alexander Drive Alexander Drive
54°09′29″N 4°29′46″W / 54.157917°N 4.496113°W / 54.157917; -4.496113 (Woodlands, Alexander Drive)
Douglas 31 October 2001 [148]
191 Ravenscourt, Peel Road Peel Road
54°09′14″N 4°29′59″W / 54.153965°N 4.499718°W / 54.153965; -4.499718 (Ravenscourt, Peel Road)
Douglas 31 October 2001 [149]
192 Crescent Cinema, Central Promenade Central Promenade
54°09′36″N 4°28′31″W / 54.159905°N 4.475184°W / 54.159905; -4.475184 (Crescent Cinema, Central Promenade)
Douglas 31 October 2001 [150]
193 Old Brewer's House, Castle Hill Castle Hill
54°09′46″N 4°28′31″W / 54.162870°N 4.475296°W / 54.162870; -4.475296 (Old Brewer's House, Castle Hill)
Douglas 31 October 2001 [151]
195 The National Westminster Bank, Prospect Hill Prospect Hill
54°08′58″N 4°28′51″W / 54.149392°N 4.480957°W / 54.149392; -4.480957 (The National Westminster Bank, Prospect Hill)
Douglas 20 September 2002 It was built in 1891 for George William Dumbell's bank, which had been founded in 1853. It was expanded with a two-storey extension, adding to the three-storey original building, in 1891. Dumbell's Bank failed dramatically on 3 February 1900, on what was known as Black Saturday, changing the lives of many.[152]
196 Jubilee Clock, Victoria Street Clock Tower, Douglas - panoramio.jpg Victoria Street & Loch Promenade
54°08′57″N 4°28′34″W / 54.149189°N 4.475991°W / 54.149189; -4.475991 (Jubilee Clock, Victoria Street)
Douglas 20 September 2002 Cast iron street clock, manufactured in Glasgow, erected for the 1887 Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria as a gift by George William Dumbell.[153][152]
197 St Mary's of the Isle Catholic Church, Hill Street Hill Street
54°09′02″N 4°28′57″W / 54.150655°N 4.482393°W / 54.150655; -4.482393 (St Mary's of the Isle Catholic Church, Hill Street)
Douglas 20 September 2002 Built 1857-59.[154]
198 The former Isle of Man Times Office, 9 Athol Street[note 7] 9 Athol Street
54°08′58″N 4°28′53″W / 54.149505°N 4.481408°W / 54.149505; -4.481408 (The former Isle of Man Times Office, 9 Athol Street)
Douglas 20 September 2002 Home from 1870 of the Isle of Man Times newspaper, with red brick facade described as French Chateauesque.[155]
199 29-31 Athol Street 29-31 Athol Street
54°08′56″N 4°28′58″W / 54.148927°N 4.482771°W / 54.148927; -4.482771 (29-31 Athol Street)
Douglas 20 September 2002 [156]
200 The Gaiety Theatre, Harris Promenade Gaiety-theatre-4-wiki-mk2.jpg Harris Promenade
54°09′19″N 4°28′42″W / 54.155194°N 4.478434°W / 54.155194; -4.478434 (Gaiety Theatre)
Douglas 24 September 2002 Opened in 1900.[157]
201 The Queen's Hotel, Queen's Promenade Queen's Promenade
54°09′55″N 4°28′02″W / 54.165343°N 4.467110°W / 54.165343; -4.467110 (The Queen's Hotel, Queen's Promenade)
Douglas 20 September 2002 Public house which was built before 1826, probably originally as cottages and stables for Castle Mona. Called Queen's Hotel by 1854.[158]
205 Tower of Refuge, St. Mary's Rock (also known as Conister Rock) Tower 02.jpg St. Mary's Rock, also known as Conister Rock
54°09′01″N 4°28′07″W / 54.1504°N 4.4687°W / 54.1504; -4.4687 (Tower of Refuge)
Douglas 18 October 2002 Built in 1832 to mark shoal to avoid shipwrecks. Triangular with three turrets.[159]
210 4-11 Harris Terrace Harris Terrace
54°09′12″N 4°29′01″W / 54.153399°N 4.483484°W / 54.153399; -4.483484 (4-11 Harris Terrace)
Douglas 13 December 2002 Built in 1837.[160]
213 Raven's Cliff, Fort Anne Road Fort Anne Road
54°08′41″N 4°28′20″W / 54.144810°N 4.472227°W / 54.144810; -4.472227 (Raven's Cliff, Fort Anne Road)
Douglas 27 January 2003 [161]
217 Arch Tower House, South Quay South Quay
54°08′45″N 4°29′02″W / 54.145934°N 4.483990°W / 54.145934; -4.483990 (Arch Tower House, South Quay)
Douglas 27 January 2003 Built 1853.[162]
223 18a-20 Victoria Street 18a-20 Victoria Street
54°08′58″N 4°28′43″W / 54.149428°N 4.478645°W / 54.149428; -4.478645 (18a-20 Victoria Street)
Douglas 11 April 2005 [163]
225 26 Victoria Street 26 Victoria Street
54°08′58″N 4°28′45″W / 54.149352°N 4.479146°W / 54.149352; -4.479146 (26 Victoria Street)
Douglas 11 April 2005 [164]
226 Ridgeway House, Ridgeway Street Ridgeway Street
54°08′56″N 4°28′49″W / 54.148868°N 4.480331°W / 54.148868; -4.480331 (Ridgeway House, Ridgeway Street)
Douglas 17 January 2005 [165]
228 St Ninian's Church, Ballaquayle Road Ballaquayle Road
54°09′54″N 4°29′00″W / 54.164894°N 4.483343°W / 54.164894; -4.483343 (St Ninian's Church, Ballaquayle Road)
Douglas 22 July 2005 [166]
230 Buck House Merton Bank Merton Bank
54°09′11″N 4°29′05″W / 54.152996°N 4.484621°W / 54.152996; -4.484621 (Buck House Merton Bank)
Douglas 20 December 2005 Also known as Agriculture House and was formerly a Primitive Methodist chapel.[167]
234 Farmhill Manor, Farmhill Lane, IM2 2EF Farmhill Lane
54°09′16″N 4°31′22″W / 54.154490°N 4.522767°W / 54.154490; -4.522767 (Farmhill Manor, Farmhill Lane)
Douglas 6 June 2006 Small mansion originally known as Ballaquirk, converted from a farmhouse in during 1780-1825.[168]
244 Former Methodist Church aka Red Cross House, Derby Road. IM2 3EN 54°09′26″N 4°29′02″W / 54.157320°N 4.483781°W / 54.157320; -4.483781 (Former Methodist Church aka Red Cross House, Derby Road. IM2 3EN) Douglas 13 September 2007 [169]
258 Old School House, Cronkbourne, Douglas, IM4 4QH 54°10′07″N 4°29′51″W / 54.168641°N 4.497501°W / 54.168641; -4.497501 (Old School House, Cronkbourne) Douglas 3 February 2009 [170]
289 Former Newson's Trading Building 27-28 North Quay North Quay
54°08′52″N 4°28′53″W / 54.147728°N 4.481435°W / 54.147728; -4.481435 (Former Newson's Trading Building 27-28 North Quay)
Douglas 13 April 2018 [171]
290 IOM Bank Buildings 2 Athol Street 2 Athol Street
54°09′00″N 4°28′52″W / 54.149917°N 4.481107°W / 54.149917; -4.481107 (IOM Bank Buildings 2 Athol Street)
Douglas 13 April 2018 [172]
83 Tynwald Old Mill and original Mill Wheel, Fuller's Hammer and related machinery, St Johns 54°12′30″N 4°37′58″W / 54.208354°N 4.632642°W / 54.208354; -4.632642 (Tynwald Old Mill) German 4 November 1985 Old mill on River Neb.[173]
268 Glyn Moar, Glyn Moar Road, St Johns, IM4 3AQ Brack a Broom Lane
54°12′22″N 4°38′32″W / 54.206054°N 4.642113°W / 54.206054; -4.642113 (Glyn Moar)
German 18 September 2012 Manx Gothic Revival-style estate house built c.1845.[174]
237 Guard House & Fire Party, 258 Jurby Industrial Estate, IM7 3BD 54°21′33″N 4°31′18″W / 54.359153°N 4.521534°W / 54.359153; -4.521534 (Guard House & Fire Party) Jurby 26 March 2007 [175] Later the Guard House Cafe.
238 Jurby Aerodrome Bomb Store, Jurby Industrial Estate 54°21′13″N 4°30′40″W / 54.353730°N 4.511149°W / 54.353730; -4.511149 (Jurby Aerodrome Bomb Store, Jurby Industrial Estate) Jurby 26 March 2007 [176]
239 Jurby Terminal Building, Jurby Industrial Estate 54°21′23″N 4°31′19″W / 54.356371°N 4.521881°W / 54.356371; -4.521881 (Jurby Terminal Building) Jurby 26 March 2007 [177]
240 Aeroplane & Seaplane Store, 266 Jurby Industrial Estate 54°21′31″N 4°31′20″W / 54.358479°N 4.522100°W / 54.358479; -4.522100 (Aeroplane & Seaplane Store, 266 Jurby Industrial Estate) Jurby 26 March 2007 [178]
241.1 Pillbox at Field 211025 Ballavaran Road
54°20′59″N 4°31′29″W / 54.349793°N 4.524853°W / 54.349793; -4.524853 (Pillbox at Field 211025)
Ballavaran Road, Jurby 26 March 2007 [179]
241.2 Pillbox at Field 214188, Ballamoar 54°21′12″N 4°30′46″W / 54.353387°N 4.512758°W / 54.353387; -4.512758 (Pillbox at Field 214188, Ballamoar) Jurby 26 March 2007 [180]
241.3 Pillbox at Fields 210249 - 210250 & 210251, adjacent to Church Road 54°21′34″N 4°32′00″W / 54.359478°N 4.533452°W / 54.359478; -4.533452 (Pillbox at Fields 210249 - 210250 & 210251, adjacent to Church Road) Jurby 26 March 2007 [181] On Ballathona Farm.
241.4 Pillbox at Fields 210356 & 214288, adjacent to Jurby East Road 54°21′50″N 4°30′59″W / 54.363973°N 4.516406°W / 54.363973; -4.516406 (Pillbox at Fields 210356 & 214288, adjacent to Jurby East Road) Jurby 26 March 2007 [182]
241.5 Pillbox at Fields 210846 - 210872 & 210873, adjacent to Ballavarran Road 54°20′58″N 4°31′50″W / 54.349490°N 4.530472°W / 54.349490; -4.530472 (Fields 210846 - 210872 & 210873, adjacent to Ballavarran Road) Jurby 26 March 2007 [183]
241.6 Pillbox at Fields 211033 - 214136 & Jurby Aerodrome, Ballamoar 54°21′03″N 4°31′07″W / 54.350822°N 4.518691°W / 54.350822; -4.518691 (Pillbox at Fields 211033 - 214136 & Jurby Aerodrome, Ballamoar) Jurby 26 March 2007 [184]
241.7 Pillbox at Fields 214191 & 214197, adjacent to Church Road 54°21′16″N 4°32′23″W / 54.354506°N 4.539802°W / 54.354506; -4.539802 (Pillbox at Fields 214191 & 214197, adjacent to Church Road) Jurby 26 March 2007 [185]
241.8 Pillbox at fields 214201 & 214286, adjacent to Jurby Road, Sandygate 54°21′36″N 4°30′41″W / 54.359990°N 4.511418°W / 54.359990; -4.511418 (Pillbox at fields 214201 & 214286, adjacent to Jurby Road, Sandygate) Jurby 26 March 2007 [186]
241.9 Pillbox between Studio House & Jurby Aerodrome, Ballavarran Road 54°21′13″N 4°31′54″W / 54.353670°N 4.531657°W / 54.353670; -4.531657 (Pillbox between Studio House & Jurby Aerodrome, Ballavarran Road) Jurby 26 March 2007 [187]
85 Christ Church 54°13′53″N 4°24′19″W / 54.231490°N 4.405206°W / 54.231490; -4.405206 (Christ Church, Laxey) Laxey 21 January 1986 [188] A Gothic Revival-style Church of England parish church. It was "consecrated in 1856 for the local Lead miners to worship in. It was built to a design by Ewan Christian and construction costs of £950 were was paid for by the Mining Company."[189] Was closed for renovations and reopened at Easter, 2014.[190]
227 Laxey Working Mens Institute, New Road 17 New Road
54°13′53″N 4°24′23″W / 54.231365°N 4.406368°W / 54.231365; -4.406368 (Laxey Working Mens Institute)
Laxey 17 January 2005 Originally opened 1876. Extensively renovations completed in 2011.[191][192]
91 Staward Farm, Ballabrooie, Sulby 54°19′04″N 4°29′01″W / 54.317879°N 4.483505°W / 54.317879; -4.483505 (Staward Farm, Ballabrooie, Sulby) Lezayre 23 February 1987 [193]
138 Kirk Christ Lezayre Parochial Church 54°19′07″N 4°25′30″W / 54.318484°N 4.424983°W / 54.318484; -4.424983 (Kirk Christ Lezayre Parochial Church) Lezayre 11 July 1991 [194]
168 Milntown House, Including the Old Mill, Mill Pond and Mill Race Glen Auldyn Road
54°19′12″N 4°24′14″W / 54.319899°N 4.403852°W / 54.319899; -4.403852 (Milntown House, Including the Old Mill, Mill Pond and Mill Race)
Lezayre 21 May 1997 [195]
170 St Stephens Church and former School Room, Sulby 54°19′12″N 4°29′19″W / 54.319948°N 4.488619°W / 54.319948; -4.488619 (St Stephens Church and former School Room, Sulby) Lezayre 22 April 1998 Together with its curtilage. Built in 1838, remodeled in 1880.[196]
171 Sulby Old School, Sulby 54°19′12″N 4°29′20″W / 54.319927°N 4.488974°W / 54.319927; -4.488974 (Sulby Old School, Sulby) Lezayre 22 April 1998 Built in 1879.[197]
172 Sulby Methodist Church, Sulby Sulby Church IOM.jpg A14
54°19′10″N 4°29′29″W / 54.319308°N 4.491399°W / 54.319308; -4.491399 (Sulby Methodist Church)
Lezayre 22 April 1998 Built in 1912-13, has stained glass reflecting Arts and Crafts movement.[198]
13 Old Kirk Lonan (St Adamnan's) Ballamenagh Road, Baldrine Ballamenagh Road, Baldrine
54°11′10″N 4°24′41″W / 54.186026°N 4.411509°W / 54.186026; -4.411509 (Old Kirk Lonan (St Adamnan's))
Lonan 21 July 1983 St Adamnan's Church.[199]
141 The Lane Mark Tower known as The Herring Tower, Langness The Herring Tower on Langness Isle of Man - geograph.org.uk - 490645.jpg 54°03′31″N 4°37′18″W / 54.058661°N 4.621654°W / 54.058661; -4.621654 (The Herring Tower) Malew 1 August 1991 [200]
142 The Powder House, Langness 54°03′38″N 4°37′14″W / 54.060549°N 4.620529°W / 54.060549; -4.620529 (The Powder House, Langness) Malew 1 August 1991 [201]
148 Langness Lighthouse Langness Lighthouse - geograph.org.uk - 490648.jpg 54°03′18″N 4°37′30″W / 54.054878°N 4.625078°W / 54.054878; -4.625078 (Langness Lighthouse) Malew 5 November 1993 [202] Built in 1880.
181 Old School/House, St Mark's St. Mark's
54°08′03″N 4°36′37″W / 54.134151°N 4.610225°W / 54.134151; -4.610225 (Old School/House, St. Mark's)
Malew 6 December 2000 The school and a house for its master were built c.1845 in "Manx vernacular style". The school library had 302 volumes in 1847.[203]
182 St Mark's Church, St Mark's St. Mark, Malew.jpg St. Mark's
54°08′02″N 4°36′36″W / 54.133836°N 4.610035°W / 54.133836; -4.610035 (St Mark's Church, St Mark's)
Malew 9 May 2001 Consecrated 1772.[204]
184 Church Cottages, St Mark's St. Mark's
54°08′00″N 4°36′37″W / 54.133464°N 4.610185°W / 54.133464; -4.610185 (Church Cottages, St Mark's)
Malew 9 May 2001 Two of the row of cottages were rebuilt from a previous school in 1846; a third was added in 1899.[205]
242 Glashen Farmhouse & attached Barn, Ballasalla Ballasalla
54°06′06″N 4°37′17″W / 54.101727°N 4.621512°W / 54.101727; -4.621512 (Glashen Farmhouse & attached Barn, Ballasalla)
Malew 22 March 2007 [206]
256 Malew Parish Church, Great Meadow IM9 4EB Malew Church.jpg 54°05′31″N 4°39′16″W / 54.09208°N 4.65442°W / 54.09208; -4.65442 (Malew Parish Church) Malew 8 April 2008 [207]
267 Scarlett House, Castletown, IM9 1TB 54°04′00″N 4°39′49″W / 54.066647°N 4.663632°W / 54.066647; -4.663632 (Scarlett House, Castletown) Malew 18 September 2012 Home of William Sedden. 1717 date stone. c.1900 renovations.[208]
284 Ballasalla Gate House Station Road, Ballasalla
54°05′44″N 4°37′46″W / 54.095694°N 4.629412°W / 54.095694; -4.629412 (Ballasalla Gate House)
Malew 1 March 2017 [209]
285 Water Tower Ballasalla Station Road, Ballasalla
54°05′44″N 4°37′46″W / 54.095694°N 4.629412°W / 54.095694; -4.629412 (Water Tower Ballasalla)
Malew 1 March 2017 [210] The water tower is gone; perhaps substructure remains?
14 St Runius Church, Ellerslie Garth Rd.
54°10′35″N 4°34′23″W / 54.176288°N 4.573153°W / 54.176288; -4.573153 (St Runius Church, Ellerslie)
Marown 21 July 1983 [211]
110 The South, East and West elements of the Courtyard at Ellerslie Farm 54°10′31″N 4°34′10″W / 54.175206°N 4.569548°W / 54.175206; -4.569548 (The South, East and West elements of the Courtyard at Ellerslie Farm) Marown 16 March 1989 [212]
131 Ballaglass Power Station 54°16′48″N 4°22′07″W / 54.279971°N 4.368505°W / 54.279971; -4.368505 (Ballaglass Power Station) Maughold 11 May 1989 [213]
202 School House (former Parochial or Central School) School House Road
54°17′32″N 4°21′12″W / 54.292325°N 4.353301°W / 54.292325; -4.353301 (School House (former Parochial or Central School))
Maughold 20 September 2002 [214]
22 The Cottage, Bishopscourt Main Rd.
54°17′54″N 4°34′19″W / 54.298354°N 4.571961°W / 54.298354; -4.571961 (The Cottage, Bishopscourt)
Michael 26 September 1983 [215]
23 The Refectory, Bishopscourt Main Rd.
54°17′54″N 4°34′20″W / 54.298308°N 4.572147°W / 54.298308; -4.572147 (The Refectory, Bishopscourt)
Michael 26 September 1983 Refectory[216]
136 The Old Court House, Kirk Michael Main Rd.
54°16′56″N 4°35′16″W / 54.282242°N 4.587798°W / 54.282242; -4.587798 (The Old Court House, Kirk Michael)
Michael 14 February 1991 [217]
143 Orrisdale Limekiln, Glentrunk, Michael 54°17′55″N 4°35′01″W / 54.298616°N 4.583609°W / 54.298616; -4.583609 (Orrisdale Limekiln, Glentrunk, Michael) Michael 15 October 1991 [218]
245 Greystones Cottage, Main Road, Kirk Michael 54°17′05″N 4°35′10″W / 54.284670°N 4.585986°W / 54.284670; -4.585986 (Greystones Cottage, Main Road, Kirk Michael) Michael 31 July 2007 [219]
248 St Michael's Church aka Kirk Michael and All Angels Church, Main Road 54°17′07″N 4°35′11″W / 54.285246°N 4.586280°W / 54.285246; -4.586280 (St Michael's Church aka Kirk Michael and All Angels Church, Main Road) Michael 8 May 2009 [220]
249 Orrisdale House, Orrisdale, Michael 54°18′19″N 4°34′29″W / 54.305385°N 4.574813°W / 54.305385; -4.574813 (Orrisdale House, Orrisdale, Michael) Michael 3 December 2007 Seat of the Crellin family.[221]
250 The Whitehouse, Main Road, Kirk Michael Main Road (A3)
54°17′11″N 4°34′36″W / 54.286273°N 4.576804°W / 54.286273; -4.576804 (The Whitehouse, Main Road, Kirk Michael)
Michael 22 November 2007 Landmark set back from low wall along A3. Dates from before 1688, but present house built in the 1700s.[222]
251 Church View House, Main Road, Kirk Michael 54°17′06″N 4°35′08″W / 54.284902°N 4.585642°W / 54.284902; -4.585642 (Church View House, Main Road, Kirk Michael) Michael 3 December 2007 [223]
252 Spooyt Vane Sunday School, Ballaleigh Road, Kirk Michael 54°16′09″N 4°35′53″W / 54.269282°N 4.598120°W / 54.269282; -4.598120 (Spooyt Vane Sunday School, Ballaleigh Road, Kirk Michael) Michael 3 December 2007 Built c. 1860 at cost of £100.[224]
117 Kate's Cottage, Keppel Gate 54°12′40″N 4°28′37″W / 54.211235°N 4.477083°W / 54.211235; -4.477083 (Kate's Cottage) Onchan 11 September 1989 [225] Cottage built in 1870
118 St Peter's Church Hall, Royal Avenue Royal Ave.
54°10′28″N 4°27′15″W / 54.174399°N 4.454041°W / 54.174399; -4.454041 (St Peter's Church Hall, Royal Avenue)
Onchan 11 September 1989 Also known as Onchan Parish Hall.[226]
119 St Peter's Parish Church Onchan - St Peters Church - Northwest side - geograph.org.uk - 1713541.jpg Church Road
54°10′27″N 4°27′07″W / 54.174067°N 4.452009°W / 54.174067; -4.452009 (St Peter's Parish Church, Onchan)
Onchan 11 September 1989 Construction began in 1830, replacing previous church. Designed by Hanson and Welch. Modified in 1863 and 1913.[227]
121 St Catherine's, St Catherine's Terrace St Catherine's Terrace & Avondale Road
54°10′29″N 4°27′22″W / 54.174723°N 4.456192°W / 54.174723; -4.456192 (St Catherine's, St Catherine's Terrace)
Onchan 11 September 1989 [228]
122 Welch House, Church Road Church Road54°10′29″N 4°27′11″W / 54.174654°N 4.452999°W / 54.174654; -4.452999 (Welch House, Church Road) Onchan 11 September 1989 [229]
123 Braeside, King Edward Road King Edward Road
54°10′14″N 4°26′21″W / 54.170491°N 4.439295°W / 54.170491; -4.439295 (Braeside, King Edward Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 Adjacent to Leafield. Baillie Scott-designed.[230]
124 Leafield, King Edward Road King Edward Road
54°10′14″N 4°26′21″W / 54.170449°N 4.439060°W / 54.170449; -4.439060 (Leafield, King Edward Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 Adjacent to Braefield. Baillie Scott-designed.[231]
125 19 Governor's Road 19 Governor's Road
54°10′23″N 4°27′35″W / 54.173105°N 4.459640°W / 54.173105; -4.459640 (19 Governor's Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 [232]
126 21 Governor's Road 21 Governor's Road
54°10′23″N 4°27′34″W / 54.173119°N 4.459560°W / 54.173119; -4.459560 (21 Governor's Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 [233]
127 23 Governor's Road 23 Governor's Road
54°10′23″N 4°27′34″W / 54.173135°N 4.459488°W / 54.173135; -4.459488 (23 Governor's Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 [234]
128 25 Governor's Road 25 Governor's Road
54°10′23″N 4°27′34″W / 54.173142°N 4.459396°W / 54.173142; -4.459396 (25 Governor's Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 [235]
129 27 Governor's Road 27 Governor's Road
54°10′23″N 4°27′34″W / 54.173158°N 4.459324°W / 54.173158; -4.459324 (27 Governor's Road)
Onchan 11 September 1989 [236]
133 Woodlands Towers, Ashley Road 54°11′05″N 4°27′32″W / 54.184665°N 4.459014°W / 54.184665; -4.459014 (Woodlands Towers, Ashley Road) Onchan 20 July 1991 [237]
222 Clucas Laundry Old Engine Room, Chimneys and Sluices, Tromode Carrs Lane, Tromode Industrial Estate
54°10′14″N 4°29′45″W / 54.170668°N 4.495733°W / 54.170668; -4.495733 (Clucas Laundry Old Engine Room, Chimneys and Sluices, Tromode)
Onchan 13 May 2004 [238]
8 Thatched house at Niarbyl Beach Thatched cottages, Niarbyl - geograph.org.uk - 1000591.jpg Niarbyl Rd.54°09′48″N 4°44′26″W / 54.163386°N 4.740459°W / 54.163386; -4.740459 (Thatched house at Niarbyl Beach) Patrick 23 May 1983 Cottage with thatched roof.[239]
157 The Village House, Foxdale A3, Foxdale54°10′09″N 4°38′19″W / 54.169277°N 4.638730°W / 54.169277; -4.638730 (The Village House, Foxdale) Patrick 31 October 1995 [240]
263 The Banqueting Hall, Ballamoar Farm, Patrick Road, Patrick Patrick Road
54°12′22″N 4°41′08″W / 54.206113°N 4.685481°W / 54.206113; -4.685481 (The Banqueting Hall, Ballamoar Farm, Patrick Road, Patrick)
Patrick 19 January 2009 Two-storey building within Ballamoar Farm.[241] Rented out as The Coach House at Ballmoar Farm.[242]
286 Clock Tower Foxdale 54°10′09″N 4°38′00″W / 54.169258°N 4.633375°W / 54.169258; -4.633375 (Clock Tower Foxdale) Patrick 1 February 2017 [243]
89 Philip Christian Centre, Christian Street Christian Street
P54°13′22″N 4°41′27″W / 54.222863°N 4.690955°W / 54.222863; -4.690955 (Philip Christian Centre, Christian Street)
Peel 6 May 1986 [244]
104 The Foundry, East Quay East Quay
54°13′26″N 4°41′51″W / 54.223830°N 4.697492°W / 54.223830; -4.697492 (The Foundry, East Quay)
Peel 21 September 1987 [245]
108 8 Dwellings, numbered 5-9 Charles Street and 1-11 Queen Street 54°13′26″N 4°41′42″W / 54.223888°N 4.695131°W / 54.223888; -4.695131 (8 Dwellings, numbered 5-9 Charles Street and 1-11 Queen Street) Peel 1 January 2002 [note 8]
111 The former premises of T Moore & Sons, Mill Road, Peel (The Kepperyard) Mill Road
54°13′13″N 4°41′58″W / 54.220401°N 4.699556°W / 54.220401; -4.699556 (The former premises of T Moore & Sons, Mill Road, Peel (The Kepperyard))
Peel 23 August 1989 [246] Now Moore's Traditional Museum.
194 Primitive Methodist Chapel 54°13′22″N 4°41′26″W / 54.222841°N 4.690546°W / 54.222841; -4.690546 (Primitive Methodist Chapel, Peel) Peel 31 October 2001 Opened in 1878, a Primitive Methodist chapel.[247]
204 St. German's Cathedral Peel Cathedral 2006.jpg 54°13′18″N 4°41′28″W / 54.221667°N 4.691111°W / 54.221667; -4.691111 (St. German's Cathedral (Peel Cathedral)) Peel 18 October 2002 Red sandstone and slate cruciform cathedral built 1879-83.[248] Also known as Peel Cathedral.
266 Peel Police Station (formerly Peel Court House), Derby Road, Peel Derby Rd.
54°13′19″N 4°41′24″W / 54.222053°N 4.689979°W / 54.222053; -4.689979 (Peel Police Station (formerly Peel Court House), Derby Road, Peel) With photos.
Peel 20 October 2014 [249]
270 Peel Harbour Masters Office East Quay
54°13′28″N 4°41′51″W / 54.224372°N 4.697427°W / 54.224372; -4.697427 (Peel Harbour Masters Office)
Peel 17 February 2017 [250] Peel Coastguard Museum now.
6 Primrose Thatched Cottage, St Marys Road St. Mary's Road
54°04′54″N 4°45′36″W / 54.081534°N 4.760060°W / 54.081534; -4.760060 (Primrose Thatched Cottage, St Marys Road)
Port Erin 23 May 1983 Early farm workers cottage with thatched roof.[251]
7 Cott Ny Greiney, Beach Road Beach Road
54°04′55″N 4°43′55″W / 54.081890°N 4.731990°W / 54.081890; -4.731990 (Cott Ny Greiney, Beach Road)
Port St Mary 23 May 1983 Cottage with thatched roof with traditional two-room plan.[252]
183 The West Wing of the Bay Queen Hotel, The Promenade The Promenade
54°04′45″N 4°44′05″W / 54.079218°N 4.734838°W / 54.079218; -4.734838 (The West Wing of the Bay Queen Hotel, The Promenade)
Port St Mary 9 May 2001 1935 building extension designed by Douglas architect Alexander J. Davidson, supposedly in Art Deco style.[253]
203 The Old Sail Loft, Shore Road The Underway
54°04′23″N 4°44′17″W / 54.073019°N 4.738083°W / 54.073019; -4.738083 (The Old Sail Loft, Shore Road)
Port St Mary 20 September 2002 Sail maker's loft building and adjacent cottage.[254]
10 Mysore Cottages, 37, 39, 41 & 43 Waterloo Road 54°19′12″N 4°22′45″W / 54.319912°N 4.379155°W / 54.319912; -4.379155 (Mysore Cottages, 37, 39, 41 & 43 Waterloo Road) Ramsey 19 July 1983 One-storey stone cottages, semi-detached.[255]
79 Ramsey Court House, Parliament Street Ramsey Courthouse, Isle of Man.jpg 54°19′17″N 4°22′51″W / 54.321354°N 4.380937°W / 54.321354; -4.380937 (Ramsey Court House) Ramsey 26 April 1985 [256]
80 Our Lady of the Star and Sea St Maughold's Roman Catholic Church, Queens Promenade Queens Promenade54°19′19″N 4°22′42″W / 54.321929°N 4.378350°W / 54.321929; -4.378350 (Our Lady of the Star and Sea St Maughold's Roman Catholic Church, Queens Promenade) Ramsey 26 April 1985 [257]
84 St Paul's Church, Market Square St Paul's Church Ramsey - geograph.org.uk - 1190570.jpg Market Square
54°19′16″N 4°22′46″W / 54.321161°N 4.379401°W / 54.321161; -4.379401 (St Paul's Church, Market Square)
Ramsey 27 November 1985 [258]
87 Ramsey Youth Centre, Waterloo Road Waterloo Road
54°19′11″N 4°22′44″W / 54.319720°N 4.378898°W / 54.319720; -4.378898 (Ramsey Youth Centre, Waterloo Road)
Ramsey 19 February 1986 [259]
88 Lough House, Approach Road Approach Road
54°19′11″N 4°22′41″W / 54.319711°N 4.378139°W / 54.319711; -4.378139 (Lough House, Approach Road)
Ramsey 18 April 1986 [260]
90 Ballure Church 54°18′57″N 4°22′36″W / 54.315764°N 4.376650°W / 54.315764; -4.376650 (Ballure Church) Ramsey 8 May 1986 Church apparently also known as St. Mary's Church, per identification in map in the registration document.[261]
139 Warehouse building at 26 West Quay 26 West Quay
54°19′22″N 4°23′04″W / 54.322700°N 4.384341°W / 54.322700; -4.384341 (Warehouse building at 26 West Quay)
Ramsey 1 August 1991 [262]
144 The Saddle Hotel, Parliament Street 54°19′18″N 4°22′49″W / 54.321556°N 4.380215°W / 54.321556; -4.380215 (The Saddle Hotel, Parliament Street) Ramsey 1 January 1991 [263] Has facades facing west upon Parliament Street and east upon Market Place.
151 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, & 18, Albion Terrace Lezayre Road (A3)
54°19′19″N 4°23′18″W / 54.321970°N 4.388196°W / 54.321970; -4.388196 (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, & 18, Albion Terrace)
Ramsey 24 August 1994 [264]
152 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 Auckland Terrace & West House 54°19′21″N 4°23′07″W / 54.322389°N 4.385319°W / 54.322389; -4.385319 (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 Auckland Terrace & West House) Ramsey 24 August 1994 [265]
154 Queens Pier Ramsey Pier - Isle of Man - geograph.org.uk - 31574.jpg 54°19′10″N 4°22′14″W / 54.319444°N 4.370507°W / 54.319444; -4.370507 (Queens Pier) Ramsey 6 February 1995 [266]
155 Ballure Inn 7 Ballure Road (A2)
54°19′00″N 4°22′28″W / 54.316672°N 4.374530°W / 54.316672; -4.374530 (Ballure Inn)
Ramsey 12 July 1995 Originally a farmhouse, later an inn.[267] Also known as Snowdrop Cottage. Listing includes barn/garage of 8 Ballure Road.[268]
176 The Central Hotel 54°19′20″N 4°23′13″W / 54.322207°N 4.386941°W / 54.322207; -4.386941 (Central Hotel) Ramsey 30 September 1998 Also known as the Old High Bailiff's Residence, was home of Frederick Tellet, longest-serving High Bailiff. Probably built as residence for Thomas Mylrea around 1797.[269]
206 May Hill House (formerly Cronk Brae), May Hill A18
54°19′09″N 4°22′56″W / 54.319080°N 4.382259°W / 54.319080; -4.382259 (May Hill House (formerly Cronk Brae), May Hill)
Ramsey 18 October 2002 [270]
211 Beach Cottage, Ballure Road 54°19′01″N 4°22′29″W / 54.317053°N 4.374655°W / 54.317053; -4.374655 (Beach Cottage, Ballure Road) Ramsey 27 January 2003 Merchant's home with private route down cliff to beach used for trading, built by 1700, pre-dates Ramsey harbour. Two houses converted into one.[267]
212 Ballure Cottage, Ballure Road Ballure Road (A2)
54°18′50″N 4°22′26″W / 54.313855°N 4.373849°W / 54.313855; -4.373849 (Ballure Cottage, Ballure Road)
Ramsey 27 January 2003 [271]
214 The Albert Tower The Albert Tower, Ramsey, Isle of Man - geograph.org.uk - 513883.jpg 54°18′47″N 4°22′47″W / 54.312937°N 4.379684°W / 54.312937; -4.379684 (The Albert Tower) Maughold[note 9] 27 January 2003 [272] Built in 1848 to commemorate 1847 visit by Albert, Prince Consort.
215 Dunluce, Ballure Road Ballure Road
54°18′53″N 4°22′25″W / 54.314830°N 4.373551°W / 54.314830; -4.373551 (Dunluce, Ballure Road)
Ramsey 27 January 2003 [273]
216 Sea Cliff, Ballure Road[note 10] Ballure Road
54°19′01″N 4°22′28″W / 54.316914°N 4.374557°W / 54.316914; -4.374557 (Sea Cliff, Ballure Road)
Ramsey 27 January 2003 [274]
218 Riverside Cottage, Bridge Lane Bridge Lane
54°19′31″N 4°23′22″W / 54.325139°N 4.389508°W / 54.325139; -4.389508 (Riverside Cottage, Bridge Lane)
Ramsey 9 May 2003 Two-storey Manx vernacular stone cottage, with no river view.[275]
219 15 Riverside Cottages, Bridge Lane 54°19′30″N 4°23′19″W / 54.325010°N 4.388687°W / 54.325010; -4.388687 (15 Riverside Cottages, Bridge Lane) Ramsey 9 May 2003 Built before 1755 probably as a farm-worker cottage.[276]
220 17 Riverside Cottages, Bridge Lane 54°19′30″N 4°23′19″W / 54.324976°N 4.388731°W / 54.324976; -4.388731 (17 Riverside Cottages, Bridge Lane) Ramsey 9 May 2003 [277]
221 Bridge Inn, Bowring Road Bowring Road54°19′29″N 4°23′19″W / 54.324785°N 4.388584°W / 54.324785; -4.388584 (Bridge Inn, Bowring Road) Ramsey 9 May 2003 [278]
246 Beaconsfield Towers, Jurby Road, Ramsey 54°19′43″N 4°23′32″W / 54.328548°N 4.392275°W / 54.328548; -4.392275 (Beaconsfield Towers, Jurby Road, Ramsey) Ramsey 31 July 2007 Known also as Monk's Mill and as Lezayre Steam and Wind Mills. Two-storey tall base of a windmill formerly 64 feet (20 m) tall, and associated corn mill and saw mill and other buildings.[279]
9 Rose Cottage, Surby Road, Surby[note 11] Surby Road, Surby? Rushen 23 May 1983 Has thatched roof.[280] Roof was re-thatched (adding upper level windows?) since 1983 listing.[281]
279 Colby Level Gate Hut, Colby The Level Colby.jpg Croit-E-Caley
54°05′30″N 4°43′16″W / 54.091636°N 4.721173°W / 54.091636; -4.721173 (Colby Level Gate Hut, Colby)
Rushen 21 October 2014 Stone house for railway gatekeeper, 15 by 10 feet (4.6 m × 3.0 m) in plan.[282]
280 Ballagawne Gate House, Mount Gawne Road, Colby Mount Gawne Rd.
54°05′19″N 4°43′53″W / 54.088490°N 4.731339°W / 54.088490; -4.731339 (Ballagawne Gate House, Mount Gawne Road, Colby)
Rushen 21 October 2014 [283]
15 Santon Parish Church (St Sanctain's), Church Road Arragon Veg Rd.
54°06′30″N 4°35′08″W / 54.108422°N 4.585653°W / 54.108422; -4.585653 (Santon Parish Church)
Santon 21 July 1983 The church was rebuilt most recently in 1774, perhaps after a fire. It was previously rebuilt c.1720-1730.[284]

[285]

209 Mullinaragher Mullinaragher Rd.
54°07′42″N 4°35′26″W / 54.128221°N 4.590570°W / 54.128221; -4.590570 (Mullinaragher)
Santon 11 December 2002 Farm complex.[286]
278 Railway Station, Main Road, Santon, IM4 1EH Santon Railway Station.jpg 54°07′06″N 4°35′03″W / 54.118206°N 4.584157°W / 54.118206; -4.584157 (Railway Station, Main Road, Santon) Santon 21 October 2014 Wooden station building built in 1875. Was at risk of being lost in the 1980s; a railway society stepped in to pay for repairs.[287]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Brine is associated with St Paul's, Ramsey, Old House of Keys, the Herring Tower, and Westwood, The Crofts.
  2. ^ For RB12 "Old Kirk Braddan Church, Saddle Road", Isle of Man government provides registration document for Registered Building No. 11 instead.
  3. ^ Wording corrected relative to DEFA website's wording "Former Toil House, (Tollgate House), Old C'town Road junction, Marine Drive"
  4. ^ Contrast evident photo in 1 Parliament Square documentation vs. Google Streetview captured September 2010, accessed 18 April 2018. May now be known as "The Old Coach House".
  5. ^ Google Streetview accessed 21 April 2018.
  6. ^ Name should perhaps be "Inglenook, Falcon Cliff Terrace"?
  7. ^ DEFA website lists as "The former Isle of Times Office, 9 Athol Street", error being that the word "Man" is omitted, relative to registration document.
  8. ^ DEFA website does not currently (April 2018) provide online registration documents for "8 Dwellings, numbered 5-9 Charles Street and 1-11 Queen Street", in Peel.
  9. ^ DEFA website identifies The Albert Tower as being located in Ramsey. It is located just outside Ramsey in Maughold.
  10. ^ DEFA website lists as "Sea Cliffe", but sign on gate visible in Google Streetview, and registration document record as "Sea Cliff".
  11. ^ DEFA website identifies location as "Sulby Road, Sulby", but "Surby Road, Surby" is probably intended. Listing document has "Surby".

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  17. ^ "Registered Building No. 1" (PDF). With nine photos.
  18. ^ "Registered Building No. 81" (PDF). With four photos.
  19. ^ "Registered Building No. 92" (PDF).
  20. ^ "Registered Building No. 130" (PDF). With drawing and five photos.
  21. ^ "Registered Building No. 153" (PDF). With four photos.
  22. ^ "Registered Building No. 158" (PDF). With four photos.
  23. ^ "Registered Building No. 165" (PDF).
  24. ^ "Registered Building No. 180" (PDF). With seven photos.
  25. ^ "Registered Building No. 229" (PDF).
  26. ^ "Registered Building No. 232" (PDF). With two photos.
  27. ^ "Registered Building No. 233" (PDF).
  28. ^ "Registered Building No. 4" (PDF). With three photos.
  29. ^ "Registered Building No. 4" (PDF). With three photos.
  30. ^ "Registered Building No. 135" (PDF). With three photos.
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  32. ^ "Registered Building No. 147" (PDF).
  33. ^ "Registered Building No. 16" (PDF). With 12 photos.
  34. ^ "Registered Building No. 17" (PDF). With nine photos.
  35. ^ "Registered Building No. 24" (PDF). With four photos.
  36. ^ "Registered Building No. 25" (PDF). With three photos.
  37. ^ "Registered Building No. 26" (PDF). With two photos.
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  41. ^ "Registered Building No. 29" (PDF). With two photos.
  42. ^ "Registered Building No. 30" (PDF). With two photos.
  43. ^ "Registered Building No. 31" (PDF). With one photo.
  44. ^ "Registered Building No. 32" (PDF). With two photos.
  45. ^ "Registered Building No. 33" (PDF). With four photos.
  46. ^ "Registered Building No. 34" (PDF). With three photos.
  47. ^ "Registered Building No. 35" (PDF). With photo.
  48. ^ "Registered Building No. 36" (PDF). With two photos.
  49. ^ "Registered Building No. 37" (PDF). With two photos.
  50. ^ "Registered Building No. 38" (PDF). With three photos.
  51. ^ "Registered Building No. 39" (PDF). With three photos.
  52. ^ "Registered Building No. 40" (PDF). With photo.
  53. ^ "Registered Building No. 41" (PDF).
  54. ^ "Registered Building No. 42" (PDF). With three photos.
  55. ^ "Registered Building No. 43" (PDF). With photo.
  56. ^ "Registered Building No. 44" (PDF). With photo.
  57. ^ "Registered Building No. 45" (PDF). With photo.
  58. ^ "Registered Building No. 46" (PDF).
  59. ^ "Registered Building No. 47" (PDF). With photo.
  60. ^ "Registered Building No. 48" (PDF).
  61. ^ "Registered Building No. 49" (PDF).
  62. ^ "Registered Building No. 50" (PDF). With two photos.
  63. ^ "Registered Building No. 51" (PDF).
  64. ^ "Registered Building No. 53" (PDF).
  65. ^ "Registered Building No. 54" (PDF). With photo.
  66. ^ "Registered Building No. 55" (PDF). With photos.
  67. ^ "Registered Building No. 56" (PDF).
  68. ^ "Registered Building No. 57" (PDF). With photo.
  69. ^ "Registered Building No. 58" (PDF). With seven photos.
  70. ^ "Registered Building No. 59" (PDF).
  71. ^ "Registered Building No. 60" (PDF). With three photos.
  72. ^ "Registered Building No. 61" (PDF). With two photos.
  73. ^ "Registered Building No. 62" (PDF). With two photos.
  74. ^ "Registered Building No. 63" (PDF). With two photos.
  75. ^ "Registered Building No. 64" (PDF).
  76. ^ "Registered Building No. 65" (PDF). With three photos.
  77. ^ "Registered Building No. 66" (PDF). With two photos.
  78. ^ "Registered Building No. 67" (PDF). With photo.
  79. ^ "Registered Building No. 68" (PDF). With four photos.
  80. ^ "Registered Building No. 69" (PDF). With two photos.
  81. ^ "Registered Building No. 70" (PDF). With two photos.
  82. ^ "Registered Building No. 71" (PDF). With two photos.
  83. ^ "Registered Building No. 72" (PDF). With 16 photos.
  84. ^ "Registered Building No. 73" (PDF).
  85. ^ "Registered Building No. 76" (PDF). With eight photos.
  86. ^ "Registered Building No. 185 / King William's College, Castletown" (PDF).
  87. ^ "Registered Building No. 208" (PDF).
  88. ^ "Railway Station Victoria Road Castletown Isle of Man" (PDF). With seven photos.
  89. ^ "Elderbank The Crofts Castletown Isle of Man" (PDF). With six photos.
  90. ^ "Westwood The Crofts Castletown Isle of Man" (PDF). With six photos.
  91. ^ "Crofton The Crofts Castletown Isle of Man" (PDF). With 10 photos.
  92. ^ "Legion Hall Bromet Road Castletown Isle of Man" (PDF).
  93. ^ Building not found, but construction sites in area, per Google Streetview dated October 2010, accessed 16 April 2018. Was it located at what is now King Williams Way & James Road?
  94. ^ "Lorne House Douglas Street Castletown Isle of Man" (PDF).
  95. ^ "Registered Building No. 18" (PDF).
  96. ^ "Registered Building No. 19" (PDF). With two photos.
  97. ^ "Registered Building No. 20" (PDF). With five photos.
  98. ^ "Registered Building No. 21" (PDF). With five photos.
  99. ^ "Registered Building No. 74" (PDF). With six photos.
  100. ^ "Registered Building No. 77" (PDF). With seven photos.
  101. ^ "Registered Building No. 78" (PDF). With 11 photos.
  102. ^ "Registered Building 82" (PDF). With eight photos.
  103. ^ "Registered Building No. 86" (PDF). With eight photos.
  104. ^ "Registered Building No. 93" (PDF). With two photos.
  105. ^ "Registered Building No. 94" (PDF). With two photos, possbibly of different Finch Rd. building
  106. ^ "Registered Building No. 95" (PDF). With two photos, possibly of different Finch Rd. building.
  107. ^ "Registered Building No. 96" (PDF). Without photos.
  108. ^ "Registered Building No. 97" (PDF). With photo, possibly of different Finch Rd. building.
  109. ^ "Registered Building No. 98" (PDF).
  110. ^ "Registered Building No. 99" (PDF). With photo.
  111. ^ "Registered Building No. 100" (PDF). With photo.
  112. ^ "Registered Building No. 101" (PDF). With photo.
  113. ^ "Registered Building No. 102" (PDF). With two photos.
  114. ^ "Registered Building No. 105" (PDF). With two photos and a drawing.
  115. ^ "Registered Building No. 106" (PDF). With three photos.
  116. ^ "Registered Building No. 107" (PDF). With 16 photos.
  117. ^ "Registered Building No. 112" (PDF). With six photos.
  118. ^ "Registered Building No. 113" (PDF). With six photos.
  119. ^ "Registered Building No. 114" (PDF).
  120. ^ "Registered Building No. 115" (PDF). With three photos.
  121. ^ "Registered Building No. 120" (PDF). With four photos.
  122. ^ "Registered Building No. 132" (PDF).
  123. ^ "Registered Building No. 134" (PDF).
  124. ^ "Registered Building No. 137" (PDF).
  125. ^ "Registered Building No. 145" (PDF). With six photos.
  126. ^ "Registered Building No. 149" (PDF).
  127. ^ "Registered Building No. 156" (PDF). With five photos.
  128. ^ "Registered Building No. 159" (PDF).
  129. ^ "Registered Building No. 160" (PDF).
  130. ^ "Registered Building No. 161" (PDF).
  131. ^ "Registered Building No. 162" (PDF). With photo.
  132. ^ "Registered Building No. 163" (PDF). With photo.
  133. ^ "Registered Building No. 164" (PDF). With four photos.
  134. ^ "Registered Building No. 166 / Cadran Cottage, Ballanard Road, Douglas" (PDF).
  135. ^ Google Streetview dated October 2010, accessed 23 April 2018.
  136. ^ "Registered Building No. 167 / The Douglas Courthouse and 13 Athol Street, Douglas" (PDF). With drawing.
  137. ^ Google Streetview dated October 2010, accessed 23 April 2018
  138. ^ "Registered Building No. 169 / The Douglas Town Hall and Public Library, Ridgeway Street in the Town of Douglas" (PDF).
  139. ^ "Registered Building No. 173 / The Central Hotel, Broadway, Douglas" (PDF).
  140. ^ "Registered Building No. 174 / 1 Albert Terrace, Douglas" (PDF).
  141. ^ "Registered Building No. 177 / Erin Brae, Queens Promenade, Douglas" (PDF).
  142. ^ Google Streetview dated October 2010, accessed 23 April 2018.
  143. ^ "Registered Building No. 178 / St Thomas Church, Douglas" (PDF).
  144. ^ "Registered Building No. 179" (PDF).
  145. ^ "Registered Building No. 186 / The Douglas Hotel, North Quay, Douglas" (PDF). With two photos.
  146. ^ "Registered Building No. 187 / Numbers 1-12 (inclusive), Victoria Terrace, off Victoria Road, Douglas" (PDF).
  147. ^ "Registered Building No. 188 / All Saints Church, Alexander Drive, Douglas" (PDF).
  148. ^ "Registered Building No. 190 / Woodlands, Alexander Drive, Douglas, Isle of Man" (PDF). With seven photos.
  149. ^ "Registered Building No. 191 / Ravenscourt, Peel Road, Douglas" (PDF). With two photos.
  150. ^ "Registered Building No. 192 / Former Crescent Cinema, Central Promenade, Douglas" (PDF). With three photos.
  151. ^ "Registered Building No. 193 / The Brewer's House, Castle Hill, Douglas" (PDF). With five photos.
  152. ^ a b "Registered Building No. 195 / The National Westminster Bank, Prospect Hill, Douglas, formerly Douglas and Isle of Man Bank, also known as Dumbell's Bank" (PDF). With four photos.
  153. ^ "Registered Building No. 196" (PDF). With six photos.
  154. ^ "Registered Building No. 197" (PDF). With four photos.
  155. ^ "Registered Building No. 198 / The former Isle of Man Times Office, 9 Athol Street, Douglas" (PDF). With photo.
  156. ^ "Registered Building No. 199 / 29-31 Athol Street, Douglas" (PDF). With six photos.
  157. ^ "Registered Building No. 200" (PDF). With two photos.
  158. ^ "Registered Building No. The Queen's Hotel, Queen's Promenade, Douglas" (PDF). With five photos.
  159. ^ "Registered Building No. 205 / Tower of Refuge, St. Mary's Rock (also known as Conister Rock), Douglas" (PDF). With 10 photos.
  160. ^ "Registered Building No. 210 / 4-11 (inclusive) Harris Terrace, Douglas" (PDF).
  161. ^ "Registered Building No. 213 / Raven's Cliff, Fort Anne Road, Douglas" (PDF).
  162. ^ "Registered Building No. 217 / Arch Tower House, South Quay, Douglas" (PDF). With five photos.
  163. ^ "Registered Building No. 223 / 18a-20 Victoria Street, Douglas" (PDF). With five photos.
  164. ^ "Registered Building No. 225" (PDF).
  165. ^ "Registered Building No. 226 / Ridgeway House, Ridgeway Street, Douglas" (PDF). With four photos.
  166. ^ "Registered Building No. 228 / St Ninians Church, Ballaquayle Road, Douglas" (PDF).
  167. ^ "Registered Building No. 230" (PDF).
  168. ^ "Registered Building No. 234 / Farmill Manor, Farmhill Lane, Douglas" (PDF). With photo.
  169. ^ "Former Methodist Church aka Red Cross House, Derby Road, Douglas IM2 3EN" (PDF). With two photos.
  170. ^ "Old School House, Cronkbourne, Douglas, IM4 4QH" (PDF). With two photos and drawing/engraving image.
  171. ^ "Former Newson's Trading Building 27-28 North Quay, Douglas" (PDF). 16 April 2018.
  172. ^ "Isle of Man Bank Building, 2 Athol Street, Douglas" (PDF). With nine photos.
  173. ^ "Registered Building No. 83" (PDF). With six photos.
  174. ^ "Glyn Moar Glen Mooar Road St Johns Isle of Man" (PDF). With many photos.
  175. ^ "Guard House & Fire Party 258 Jurby Industrial Estate Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  176. ^ "Jurby Aerodrome Bomb Store Industrial Estate Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  177. ^ "Jurby Terminal Building Jurby Industrial Estate" (PDF).
  178. ^ "Aeroplane & Seaplane Store 266 Jurby Industrial Estate" (PDF).
  179. ^ "Pillbox at Field 211025 Adjacent to Ballavaran Road Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  180. ^ "Pillbox at Field 214188 Ballamoar Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  181. ^ "Pillbox at Fields 210249 - 210250 & 210251, adjacent to Church Road Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  182. ^ "Pillbox at Fields 210356 & 214288, adjacent to Jurby East Road Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  183. ^ "Registered Building No. 06/00241/REGBL5 / Pillbox at Fields 210846 - 210872 & 210873, adjacent to Ballavarran Road Jurby, Isle of Man" (PDF).
  184. ^ "Registered Building No. 06/00241/REGBL6 / Pillbox at Fields 211033 - 214136 & Jurby Aerodrome, Ballamoar, Jurby, Isle of Man" (PDF).
  185. ^ "Pillbox at Fields 214191 & 214197, adjacent to Church Road Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  186. ^ "Pillbox at fields 214201 & 214286, adjacent to Jurby Road, Sandygate Ramsey Isle of Man" (PDF).
  187. ^ "Pillbox between Studio House & Jurby Aerodrome, Ballavarran Road Jurby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  188. ^ "Registered Building No. 85" (PDF). Isle of Man government. Retrieved 13 April 2018. With eight photos.
  189. ^ [1]
  190. ^ [2]
  191. ^ Tessa Hawley (16 May 2011). "New look for Laxey Working Men's Institute". Isle of Man News.
  192. ^ "Registered Building No. 227" (PDF). With 19 photos.
  193. ^ "Registered Building No. 91" (PDF). With 16 photos.
  194. ^ "Registered Building No. 138" (PDF). With eight photos.
  195. ^ "Registered Building No. 168" (PDF).
  196. ^ "St. Stephens Church Hall Main Road Sulby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  197. ^ "Sulby Old School Main Road Sulby Isle of Man" (PDF).
  198. ^ "Sulby Methodist Chapel" (PDF).
  199. ^ "Registered Building No. 13" (PDF). With 10 photos.
  200. ^ "Registered Building No. 141" (PDF).
  201. ^ "Registered Building No. 142" (PDF).
  202. ^ "Registered Building No. 148" (PDF). With 15 photos.
  203. ^ "Registered Building No. 181" (PDF). With 17 photos.
  204. ^ "Registered Building No. 182" (PDF). With eight photos.
  205. ^ "Registered Building No. 184" (PDF). With 12 photos.
  206. ^ "Farmhouse and Attached Barn Glashen Farm Complex Ballasalla Malew" (PDF).
  207. ^ "Malew Parish Church" (PDF). With 16 photos.
  208. ^ "Scarlett House Scarlett Castletown Isle of Man IM91TB" (PDF). With 30 photos.
  209. ^ "The Gate House Ballasalla Railway Station Road Ballasalla Isle of Man" (PDF).
  210. ^ "Water Tower Ballasalla Railway Station Station Road Ballasalla Isle of Man" (PDF).
  211. ^ "Registered Building No. 14" (PDF). With eight photos.
  212. ^ "Registered Building No. 110" (PDF).
  213. ^ "Registered Building No. 131" (PDF).
  214. ^ "Registered Building NO. 202" (PDF).
  215. ^ "Registered Building No. 22" (PDF). With 14 photos.
  216. ^ "Registered Building No. 23" (PDF). With eight photos.
  217. ^ "Registered Building No. 136" (PDF).
  218. ^ "Registered Building No. 143" (PDF). With three photos.
  219. ^ "Greystones Cottage, Main Road, Kirk Michael" (PDF).
  220. ^ "St Michael's Church aka Kirk Michael and All Angels Parish Church, Main Road, Kirk Michael" (PDF). With nine photos.
  221. ^ "Orrisdale House, Orrisdale, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man" (PDF).
  222. ^ "Whitehouse, Main Road, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man" (PDF).
  223. ^ "Church View House, Main Road, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man" (PDF).
  224. ^ "Spooyt Vane Sunday School and Mission Room Ballaleigh Road Kirk Michael Isle of Man" (PDF).
  225. ^ "Registered Building No. 117" (PDF). With photo.
  226. ^ "Registered Building No. 118" (PDF). With two photos.
  227. ^ "Registered Building No. 119" (PDF). With 13 photos.
  228. ^ "Registered Building No. 121" (PDF).
  229. ^ "Registered Building No. 122" (PDF). With four photos.
  230. ^ "Registered Building No. 123" (PDF).
  231. ^ "Registered Building No. 124" (PDF).
  232. ^ "Registered Building No. 125" (PDF). With photo.
  233. ^ "Registered Building No. 126" (PDF). With photo.
  234. ^ "Registered Building No. 127" (PDF). With photo.
  235. ^ "Registered Building No. 128" (PDF). With photo.
  236. ^ "Registered Building No. 129" (PDF). With photo.
  237. ^ "Registered Building No. 133" (PDF). With six photos.
  238. ^ "Registered Building No. 222" (PDF). With three photos.
  239. ^ "Registered Building No. 8" (PDF). With eight photos.
  240. ^ "Registered Building No. 157" (PDF). With three photos.
  241. ^ "Former Banqueting House Ballamoar Farm Patrick Road Patrick Village" (PDF).
  242. ^ "The Coach House".
  243. ^ "Victoria Clock Tower Mines Road Foxdale" (PDF).
  244. ^ "Registered Building No. 89" (PDF). With nine photos.
  245. ^ "Registered Building No. 104" (PDF). With three photos.
  246. ^ "Registered Building No. 111" (PDF). With 15 photos.
  247. ^ "Registered Building No. 194" (PDF). With five photos.
  248. ^ "Registered Building No. 204" (PDF). With eight photos.
  249. ^ "Peel Police Station (formerly Peel Court House), Derby Road, Peel" (PDF).
  250. ^ "Harbour Office East Quay Peel Isle Of Man" (PDF). With maps and photos.
  251. ^ "Registered Building No. 6" (PDF). With seven photos.
  252. ^ "Registered Building No. 7" (PDF). With seven photos.
  253. ^ "Registered Building No. 183" (PDF).
  254. ^ "Registered Building No. 203" (PDF). With three photos.
  255. ^ "Registered Building No. 10" (PDF). With five photos.
  256. ^ "Registered Building No. 79" (PDF). With eight photos.
  257. ^ "Registered Building No. 80" (PDF).
  258. ^ "Registered Building No. 84" (PDF).
  259. ^ "Registered Building No. 87 / Ramsey Youth Centre, Waterloo Road" (PDF). February 19, 1996.
  260. ^ "Registered Building No. 88" (PDF). 1986. With seven photos.
  261. ^ "Registered Building No. 90" (PDF).
  262. ^ "Registered Building No. 139" (PDF). With seven photos.
  263. ^ "Registered Building No. 144" (PDF). With nine photos.
  264. ^ "Registered Building No. 151" (PDF).
  265. ^ "Registered Building No. 152" (PDF).
  266. ^ "Registered Building No. 154" (PDF).
  267. ^ a b "Registered Building No. 211 / Beach Cottage Ballure Road Ramsey" (PDF). With seven photos.
  268. ^ "Registered Building No. 155" (PDF). With three photos.
  269. ^ "Registered Building No. 176" (PDF). With six photos.
  270. ^ "Registered Building No. 206 / [May Hill House (formerly Cronk Brae), May Hill, Ramsey" (PDF). With two photos.
  271. ^ "Registered Building No. 212 / Ballure Cottage, Ballure Road, Ramsey" (PDF). With three photos.
  272. ^ "Registered Building No. 214 / The Albert Tower in the Parish of Maughold" (PDF). 27 January 2003.
  273. ^ "Registered Building No. 215" (PDF). With four photos.
  274. ^ "Registered Building No. 216 / Sea Cliff, Ballure Road" (PDF).
  275. ^ "Registered Building No. 218 / Riverside Cottage, Riverside, Ramsey" (PDF). With photos.
  276. ^ "Registered Building No. 219 / 15 Riverside Cottages, Riverside, Ramsey" (PDF). With three color photos and other photos.
  277. ^ "Registered Building No. 220 / 17 Riverside Cottages, Riverside, Ramsey" (PDF). With two color photos and other photos.
  278. ^ "Registered Building No. 221 / The Bridge Inn, Bowring Road, Ramsey" (PDF).
  279. ^ "Beaconsfield Towers, Jurby Road, Ramsey" (PDF).
  280. ^ "Registered Building No. 9" (PDF). With three photos.
  281. ^ Master Thatchers. "Thatching in the Isle of Man". Has "before" photo which appears to match up with 1983 photos.
  282. ^ "Colby Level Gate Hut Colby Isle of Man" (PDF). With three photos.
  283. ^ "Ballagawne Gate House Mount Gawne Road Colby Isle of Man" (PDF). With two photos.
  284. ^ F. Coakley (2006). "Santan: Parish and Church dedicated to St Santain". Retrieved 28 May 2018.
  285. ^ "Registered Building No. 15" (PDF). With nine photos.
  286. ^ "Registered Building No. 209" (PDF). With nine photos.
  287. ^ "Railway Station Main Road Santon Isle of Man" (PDF). With drawings and six photos.

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