TRAM TRAVELS

Kjøbenhavns Forstæders Sporveisselskab (KFS)

Closed

City: Copenhagen (Denmark).
Total route length: 4.6 km (2.9 miles).

Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: April 12, 1873.
Closed: August 1, 1898 because of consolidation.

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Trams and light rails in Denmark

Select a city: Aarhus, Copenhagen, Lakolk, Odense, Skælskør, and Skjoldenæsholm.


Other tram companies in Copenhagen

Hovedstadens Letbane
Under construction

Frederiksberg Sporveje (FS)
Closed

Københavns Sporveje (KS)
Closed

Nordsjællands Elektricitets- og Sporvejs Aktieselskab (NESA)
Closed

NNørrebro Elektriske Sporveje (NES)
Closed

SStrandvejens Dampsporvej
Closed

Tram museums in Copenhagen

The restaurant Sporvejen
Open regularly

Tivoli
Open regularly

Hovedstadsområdets Trafikselskabsmuseum (HT-museet)
Closed permanently

Discontinued tram lines

Copenhagen Blegdamslinien: Trianglen - Trommesalen
Closed

Copenhagen Farimagsgadelinie
Closed

Copenhagen Nørregadelinie
Closed

Kjøbenhavns Forstæders Sporveisselskab (KFS) stops

Trianglen, and Trommesalen.


Kjøbenhavns Forstæders Sporveisselskab (KFS) route map

View the route map in high resolution. See the official route map.

Former trams in operation

Horse tram: 20.

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Links

Vognstyrer: Sporvogne i Danmark
By: Michael Olsen.
Language: Danish.

See all links about trams in Copenhagen.

Last updated: January 28, 2024.