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Fagernut Lengthsman's Cottage

Fagernut Lengthsman's Cottage Photo: Rallarmuseet
Fagernut Lengthsman's Cottage Photo: Rallarmuseet

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The Lengthsman's cottage is located 10 kms east of Finse, 1310 m above sea level. This is both Rallarvegen's and the country's highest situated railway cottage and workers' dwelling. Exhibition showing how lenghtsmen and their families lived in the high mountains of the Bergen Line. Information and Rallar cafe.

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7/10/2006 - 8/15/2006
Mon - Sun
10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
8/19/2006 - 9/24/2006
Sat - Sun
7/7/2008 - 8/10/2008
Mon - Sun
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8/15/2008 - 9/28/2008
Fri, Sat and Sun
Where:Ulvik Turistkontor
7/9/2007 - 8/12/2007
Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8/13/2007 - 10/1/2007
Fri, Sat and Sun
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Fagernut Lengthsman's Cottage - Photo: Rallarmuseet

Fagernut Lengthsman's Cottage

The Lengthsman's cottage is located 10 kms east of Finse, 1310 m above sea level. This is both Rallarvegen's and the country's highest situated railwa...

Fagernut Lengthsman's Cottage

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