Victorian landmark craned back into place
The newly-restored Groudle Glen waterwheel has been lifted back into place this afternoon.
In April last year, Laxey-based firm Mining Machinery Developments took apart the old wheelhouse and used a crane to remove it from the glen.
This summer, the wheel was restored off-Island.
During initial talks in 2017, the commissioners estimated that repairs could cost £200,000.
Lewis Foster spoke to the man in charge of maneuvring the wheel back into place, Crane Driver Stephen Broad:
You can watch footage of the process here: