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Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum)

Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveishistorisk forening Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveishistorisk forening Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveismuseet Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveismuseet
Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveishistorisk forening
Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveishistorisk forening
Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveismuseet
Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum) Photo: Sporveismuseet

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Trondheim Tramway Museum presents the history of the city's two one metre gauge tramway companies, started in 1901 and 1924, with an exhibition of old trams and photos. Books, magazines, postcards, videos and souvenirs for sale.

Open wed. - sun 12:00 - 15:00 from 19.6. - 28.08. + sunday 2.9. and 9.9.

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6/21/2014 - 8/24/2014
Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum)

Trondheim Tramway Museum presents the history of the city's two one metre gauge tramway companies, started in 1901 and 1924, with an exhibition of old...

Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum)

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