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Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line

Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line Photo: VisitOSLO Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line Photo: VisitOSLO Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line Photo: VisitOSLO
Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line Photo: VisitOSLO
Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line Photo: VisitOSLO
Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line Photo: VisitOSLO

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Description

The Lommedalen Museum Railway Line (Lommedalsbanen) is a small railway line the forest just outside Oslo. The line has three stations which are served by a steam-hauled museum train.

The line is only 700 metres long, and the train only runs during summer and a few days in December. The locomotives and cars have been collected from industrial, defense and constuction lines from all over Norway.

The museum line opened in 1981 and is the main site for the preservation of 600 mm railway rolling stock in Norway.

Directions from the bus stop Bykrysset in Lommedalen: Take Kampeveien and then Tolverudveien for one mile (1,6 km). Follow the signs.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • café
  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • museum shop
    • museum railway
  • Other services

    • convenience store
    • souvenirs

Categories

  • Nature attractions Nature attractions
  • Museums & Galleries Museums & Galleries
  • Family activities Family activities

Hours

6/1/2014 - 6/29/2014
Sun
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
8/17/2014 - 9/28/2014
Sun
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
12/6/2014 - 12/7/2014
Sat - Sun
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Transportation


Bus No.143 > Bærums Verk - No.753 > Bykrysset
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Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line

The Lommedalen Museum Railway Line (Lommedalsbanen) is a small railway line the forest just outside Oslo. The line has three stations which are served...

Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line

Source: Visitnorway

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