I can't resist a bit of Manx steam and this piece from JC Boyd might only be a couple of minutes long but there is so much to see.
For a start, modelling the Manx Northern proves to be a lot easier than the Port Erin line as the trains are often no more than two coaches long. Talking of coaches, look at the different roof heights!
Operating is easier too as there's no need to uncouple wagons from coaches for shunting. Manxmen can handle being shoved back and forth while the wagons are organised it seems.