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Derbyhaven, Isle of Man

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Derbyhaven, Isle of Man

Derbyhaven (Manx: Camys y Ree) ("King's Harbour" or "King's Cove") is a hamlet near Castletown in the southern parish of Malew, Isle of Man. It is located on the isthmus connecting Langness Peninsula to the rest of the island, on the bay of the same name, and also on Castletown Bay on the other side of the isthmus. In the 17th century it was a significant port.
Post townISLE OF MAN
Administrative CountyIsle of Man
Traditional CountyIsle of Man
OS GridSC2867
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
RegionIsle of Man
CountryIsle of Man
Police AuthorityIsle of Man Constabulary
Fire and Rescue AuthorityIsle of Man
Fire and Rescue AuthorityIsle of Man
Ambulance AuthorityIsle of Man
Dialling code01624
Population(2006 Census)
 

Other names by which Derbyhaven, Isle of Man has been known in the past

Derby Haven

Derbyhaven, Isle of Man in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Derby Haven, seaport vil., Malew par., Isle of Man, 2 miles NE. of Castle town; is a sub-port to Douglas, and has an excellent harbour.

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