Kirk Michael was a railway station on Isle of Man. The station opened 23rd September 1879 and closed 6th September 1968. The station was opened by the Manx Northern Railway and closed by the Isle of Man Railway.
Transportation - Rail, Land - Rail
What's left today:
The station building and the goods shed are still there and are now being used as a fire station. A section of the railway can still be seen embedded in the road at the level crossing together with one surviving level crossing gate. A small section of the railway has also been laid on the south side of the level crossing.