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Manx Highway Code - ‘Ny Reillyn Raaidey’ Guidance regarding horse-drawn trams, quoted from the official Manx Highway Code.
‘Raad tram-cabbil baie ghoolish’ “….tinkling tramcars, like toast racks, Sweeping the curve of the bay.” (Sir Hall Caine) The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway Plan your journey
300 Take extra care where trams run along the road.  Vehicles fitted with narrow tyres should avoid driving directly on top of the rails. 301 Always give way to trams, particularly when turning across the tracks.  Overtake only on the left of a tram.  If driving a large or heavy vehicle, do not follow too closely to a tram. 302 Do not stop on any part of a tram track.  Remember that a tram cannot steer round an obstruction. 303 Tram stops.  Do not drive between a tram and the left-hand kerb when a tram has stopped to pick up passengers.  Before crossing the road to board a tram, look carefully.  Before getting off a tram, ALWAYS LOOK BEHIND YOU in the direction from which the tram has come.  Be aware that conductors may get off at tram stops to assist passengers by stopping or directing traffic. 304 Look out for pedestrians, especially children, running to catch a tram. 305 Always give priority to trams, especially when they pull away from stops, unless it would be unsafe to do so.  Look out for people getting off a tram and crossing the road. ●306 All road users, but particularly pedal cyclists and motorcyclists, should take extra care when driving or riding close to or crossing the tracks, especially if the rails are wet.  You should take particular care when crossing the rails at shallow angles.  It is safer to cross more directly. ●307 Trams MUST give way to persons lawfully using a pedestrian crossing which crosses the tracks. [Road Traffic Regulation Act 1985, s. 7(4), Zebra Pedestrian Crossing Regulations 1972, “Pelican” Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 1990, and Puffin Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 2000]
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Manx Highway Code - ‘Ny Reillyn Raaidey’ Guidance regarding horse-drawn trams, quoted from the official Manx Highway Code.
Plan your journey
“….tinkling tramcars, like toast racks, Sweeping the curve of the bay.” (Sir Hall Caine) The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway Raad tram-cabbil baie ghoolish
300 Take extra care where trams run along the road.  Vehicles fitted with narrow tyres should avoid driving directly on top of the rails. 301 Always give way to trams, particularly when turning across the tracks.  Overtake only on the left of a tram.  If driving a large or heavy vehicle, do not follow too closely to a tram. 302 Do not stop on any part of a tram track.  Remember that a tram cannot steer round an obstruction. 303 Tram stops.  Do not drive between a tram and the left-hand kerb when a tram has stopped to pick up passengers.  Before crossing the road to board a tram, look carefully.  Before getting off a tram, ALWAYS LOOK BEHIND YOU in the direction from which the tram has come.  Be aware that conductors may get off at tram stops to assist passengers by stopping or directing traffic. 304 Look out for pedestrians, especially children, running to catch a tram. 305 Always give priority to trams, especially when they pull away from stops, unless it would be unsafe to do so.  Look out for people getting off a tram and crossing the road. ●306 All road users, but particularly pedal cyclists and motorcyclists, should take extra care when driving or riding close to or crossing the tracks, especially if the rails are wet.  You should take particular care when crossing the rails at shallow angles.  It is safer to cross more directly. ●307 Trams MUST give way to persons lawfully using a pedestrian crossing which crosses the tracks. [Road Traffic Regulation Act 1985, s. 7(4), Zebra Pedestrian Crossing Regulations 1972, “Pelican” Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 1990, and Puffin Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 2000]
Plan your journey Photo  douglashorsetramway.net
Manx Highway Code - ‘Ny Reillyn Raaidey’ Guidance regarding horse-drawn trams, quoted from the official Manx Highway Code.
‘Raad tram-cabbil baie ghoolish’ “….tinkling tramcars, like toast racks, Sweeping the curve of the bay.” (Sir Hall Caine) The Douglas Bay Horse Tramway
300 Take extra care where trams run along the road.  Vehicles fitted with narrow tyres should avoid driving directly on top of the rails. 301 Always give way to trams, particularly when turning across the tracks.  Overtake only on the left of a tram.  If driving a large or heavy vehicle, do not follow too closely to a tram. 302 Do not stop on any part of a tram track.  Remember that a tram cannot steer round an obstruction. 303 Tram stops.  Do not drive between a tram and the left-hand kerb when a tram has stopped to pick up passengers.  Before crossing the road to board a tram, look carefully.  Before getting off a tram, ALWAYS LOOK BEHIND YOU in the direction from which the tram has come.  Be aware that conductors may get off at tram stops to assist passengers by stopping or directing traffic. 304 Look out for pedestrians, especially children, running to catch a tram. 305 Always give priority to trams, especially when they pull away from stops, unless it would be unsafe to do so.  Look out for people getting off a tram and crossing the road. ●306 All road users, but particularly pedal cyclists and motorcyclists, should take extra care when driving or riding close to or crossing the tracks, especially if the rails are wet.  You should take particular care when crossing the rails at shallow angles.  It is safer to cross more directly. ●307 Trams MUST give way to persons lawfully using a pedestrian crossing which crosses the tracks. [Road Traffic Regulation Act 1985, s. 7(4), Zebra Pedestrian Crossing Regulations 1972, “Pelican” Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 1990, and Puffin Pedestrian Crossings Regulations 2000]