- Not to be confused with The Repair Yard.
Crovan's Gate Works, usually known as the Works, the Foundry or the Fitter's Yard, are where the railway engines and rolling stock are serviced, repaired or maintenanced. The Works are situated at Crovan's Gate, opposite the Skarloey Railway.
In 1915 the North Western Railway established its repair shops at Crovan's Gate. Since 1925 these shops have been expanded as required till, with the decline of steam on the Mainland, the Works are now equipped with machinery and craftsmen able to tackle any type of steam locomotive overhaul or rebuilding that may be needed. Sir Topham Hatt has been looking into the possibility of manufacturing parts for engines on heritage railways.
Following Shane Dooiney's return from Switzerland in 1963, the Fat Controller saw to it that the Culdee Fell engines could be repaired here, ensuring expensive journeys overseas for the Culdee Fell locomotives are no longer necessary. In 1976, Jock's firebox, boiler and cylinders were fabricated here; the rest of him was built at Arlesburgh Works. In 1996, Ivo Hugh was built here by the Skarloey Railway's Engineering Department.
There was also a repair yard at the Shunting Yards.
However, with the introduction of the Sodor Steamworks, it became the site for rolling stock.
- According to the 1958 Railway Series map of Sodor, "Engines are made and repaired at Crovan's Gate". However, no known engines are documented as having been built there.