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Skarloey is a station and lake on the Skarloey Railway, famous for its nearby springs. In 1965, the Duke of Sodor officially opened a loopline going around the lake. This was mainly paid for by the selling of several mines at Ward Fell to the Ministry of Defence. There is a funicular railway connecting the narrow gauge station with the village.
Translated from the ancient Sudric language, it means "Lake in the Woods".