Derby Castle Terminus
Derby Castle is the southern terminus of the Manx Electric Railway, serving the northern end of Douglas, Isle of Man. It is located on the north side of Douglas; Douglas Station on the Isle of Man Railway is located on the south side of town, with the MER station being termed "Derby Castle" to differentiate between the two.
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