Old Voss Line
Old Voss Line

The Old Voss Line (Norwegian: Gamle Vossebanen) is a heritage railway between Garnes and Midttun near Bergen, Norway. It formed part of the Bergen to Voss railway opened in 1883.

Enroute to Midttun
Enroute to Midttun

Electrified in 1954, it continued to serve as part of the Bergen to Oslo main line until the 7.5-km Ulriken Tunnel, which opened in 1964, resulted in the closure of the line.

Grimen bridge
Grimen bridge

Today, the museum railway is operated by the Norwegian Railway Association (Norsk Jernbaneklubb) and runs on Sundays between June and September over a distance of 18 km between Garnes and Midttun, taking just under one hour.

Indre Arna
Indre Arna

The service operates with a type 18 steam locomotive, no. 255, built in 1913, decommissioned in 1969 and restored by volunteers between 1981 and 1993.

Brattland
Brattland

The steam locomotive pulls a series of teak carriages built between 1921 and 1938. 

Engine shed at Garnes station
Engine shed at Garnes station

The locomotive is stored at the restored Garnes station that features a museum, engine shed, yard and turntable.


Source: Text from Wikipedia (CC-BY-SA-3.0), images by Tore Sætre (All rights reserved)

Old Voss Line
Enroute to Midttun
Grimen bridge
Indre Arna
Brattland
Engine shed at Garnes station
Old Voss Line

The Old Voss Line (Norwegian: Gamle Vossebanen) is a heritage railway between Garnes and Midttun near Bergen, Norway. It formed part of the Bergen to Voss railway opened in 1883.

Enroute to Midttun

Electrified in 1954, it continued to serve as part of the Bergen to Oslo main line until the 7.5-km Ulriken Tunnel, which opened in 1964, resulted in the closure of the line.

Grimen bridge

Today, the museum railway is operated by the Norwegian Railway Association (Norsk Jernbaneklubb) and runs on Sundays between June and September over a distance of 18 km between Garnes and Midttun, taking just under one hour.

Indre Arna

The service operates with a type 18 steam locomotive, no. 255, built in 1913, decommissioned in 1969 and restored by volunteers between 1981 and 1993.

Brattland

The steam locomotive pulls a series of teak carriages built between 1921 and 1938. 

Engine shed at Garnes station

The locomotive is stored at the restored Garnes station that features a museum, engine shed, yard and turntable.


Source: Text from Wikipedia (CC-BY-SA-3.0), images by Tore Sætre (All rights reserved)

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