Victoria Cross winner Major Robert Cain in Isle of Man bridge honour
A bridge in Castletown has been renamed in honour of the Isle of Man's only Victoria Cross winner.
Major Robert Cain was awarded the highest military decoration for "superb gallantry" after fighting for nine days at Arnhem in World War Two.
Bob Quayle, the last remaining Manx Arnhem veteran, said Major Cain was an "inspirational leader" who had a reputation for destroying enemy tanks.
The Cain bridge was unveiled by his daughter, Frances Clarkson.
10 Sep 2014
- From the section Isle of Man Video & Audio