Copenhagen tram line B (closed)

City: Copenhagen (Denmark).
Route length: 11.5 km (7.1 miles).

Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: November 1, 1936.
Closed: April 11, 1940 because of World War II.
Reopened: Marz 15, 1952.
Closed: November 3, 1958.

Existing tram lines in Copenhagen

Ride: Linie 8.

Disused tram lines in Copenhagen

Tram line: A, B, Blegdamslinien, C, D, Dampsporvej, E, F, Farimagsgadelinie, Main line, Tværlinie, Vanløse line, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 26.
Battery Tram: Nørrebro Elektriske Sporveje.
Extra line: 15A and 19x.
Horse tram line: Blegdamslinien, Nørregadelinie and 11.
Party line: 0, Buh (dyrskue), Kastrupfort linien, Sundby Skovlinie, Valby Skovlinie and 8.
Tourist line: T.

The line was operated by

Københavns Sporveje (KS) (closed)

Final destinations

Brønshøj
Sundbyvesterplads

Prescription envelope: Copenhagen railcar 705 on tram line B at the terminus Brønshøj Torv (1995)

Prescription envelope: Copenhagen railcar 705 on tram line B at the terminus Brønshøj Torv (1995)
Archive: Henrik Boye.
Drawer: John Lundgren.
Publisher: Linde Apotek.
Date: 1995.
Postcard: Copenhagen tram line E in front of Sundby Remise (1997)

Postcard: Copenhagen tram line E in front of Sundby Remise (1997)
Drawer: John Lundgren.
Publisher: Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
Date: 1997.

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See also

Photos from Københavns Sporveje (KS)
Line: Copenhagen tram line 8
Links about trams in Copenhagen
Museum: Hovedstadsområdets Trafikselskabsmuseum (HT-museet)
Company: Københavns Sporveje (KS)
Videos about trams in Copenhagen

Last updated: September 14, 2021.

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