The Railway Series
Roolwer, or Rolf, was Bishop of Sodor and Man between 1070 and 1079 and built himself a fortified residence here, from which the town gains its name. Rolf died in 1079 while on a visit to the Isle of Man and was buried at Kirk Maughold. During the time of the resistance (1263-1404), Rolf's Castle, along with Brendam and Cronk, was part of the triangle that was usually occupied by invading Scottish, and later English, forces.
- Series 7 - Emily's New Coaches, James and the Queen of Sodor, Snow Engine, Bulgy Rides Again, Best Dressed Engine and Three Cheers for Thomas
- Rolf (Roolwer) was a real Bishop of Sodor and Man in the eleventh century.
- On Wilbert Awdry's original 1950 map of Sodor, Rolf's Castle was a station on the Main Line with a junction leading to Kirk Ronan. This was retconned on later maps.
- The 2010 book, Christmas in Wellsworth, depicts Tidmouth Bay as Rolf's Castle.
- Wooden Railway (as "Rolf's Castle Bridge"; discontinued)
- TrackMaster (labelled as Elsbridge; discontinued)
- Capsule Plarail (Oliver in snow and snowman hat and Snowman tunnel)