The safety of the Isle of Man's Snaefell Mountain Railway was raised in Tynwald yesterday following the suspension of the service last month.
Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer MHK responded to a question raised by Douglas North MHK David Ashford, stating the number of health and safety concerns reported to government over the last three years.
The highest number was 2017, with 37 incidents reported, with 25 in 2016 and 33 the year before.
In August this year a tram full of passengers failed to stop along the mountain, then rolled downhill after emergency brakes were applied.
Before this a tram with no passengers failed to stop on the Mountain Road in March, crossing past vehicles before crashing into Snaefell.