Ronague

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Ronague
  • Manx: Eairy Shynnagh
Ronague is located in Isle of Man
Ronague
Ronague
Location within the Isle of Man
Population(2006 Census)
OS grid referenceSC245727
ParishArbory
SheadingRushen
Crown dependencyIsle of Man
Post townISLE OF MAN
Postcode districtIM9
Dialling code01624
PoliceIsle of Man
FireIsle of Man
AmbulanceIsle of Man
House of KeysRushen
List of places
Isle of Man
54°07′12″N 4°41′10″W / 54.1200°N 4.686°W / 54.1200; -4.686Coordinates: 54°07′12″N 4°41′10″W / 54.1200°N 4.686°W / 54.1200; -4.686

Ronague (Manx: Eairy Shynnagh or Ronnag) is a tiny hamlet in the south of the Isle of Man, in the parish of Arbory. It consists of an old chapel, several houses and some farms. It lies to the north of the villages of Ballabeg and Colby, west of the hamlet of Grenaby and south of the hill South Barrule.

On the A27 road between Ronague and the Round Table is the seemingly magical magnetic hill.[1] A gravity hill, it appears to pull cars uphill when their drive is not engaged (grid reference SC2431773571).

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