One of the main tourist attractions on Man is its network of steam railways and electric trams. Probably the best electric tram to the summit of Snaefell, the highest point on the island, from which you can see Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. Obviously, it's best undertaken on a clear day. There is a café on top, from which it is a short, almost level walk to the trig point at the summit. I found myself moaning about the siting of a mobile phone mast close to the summit while sitting quite happily in the similarly-sited café, which just goes to show how illogical we can be.
We enjoyed ourselves so much we made the trip again, a few days later. However, the second time it was cold and windy. We alighted at the summit into a shower of sleet - fine if you're dressed for it, which we weren't. Fortunately, it's only a few sheltered feet from the tram steps to the café door. Three dogs were tethered to a park bench outside the café. As we made for the door they discovered that if they made a concerted effort in the same direction they could run off with the bench! It was, momentarily, like a scene from one of those slushy Hollywood films with acting animals (Babe in the City springs to mind). I had visions of them careering off down the hill to Laxey, bouncing the bench behind them.