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About LaxeyAbout Laxey
Laxey Heritage TrailHeritage Trail
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A history of LaxeyHistory of Laxey
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Location of Laxey
Laxey Village

Laxey is a village on the east coast of the Isle of Man. Its name derives from the Old Norse Laxa meaning 'Salmon River'. The village lies on the A2, the main Douglas to Ramsey road.

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Laxey GuideMuch of the Information on these pages comes from a printed brochure coordinated by Laxey Village Commissioners with kind assistance from Andrew Scarffe of the Laxey & Lonan Heritage Trust, and Patricia Newton and Martin Faragher who devised the trail. Photographs are courtesy of Daniel Kneale, Andrew Scarffe, Sarah Henthorn, Patricia Newton and Peter Burgess. The production of this brochure was funded jointly with Isle of Man Tourism.



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