Copenhagen railcar 17 on Skjoldenæsholm museum line 1435 mm at the terminus Eilers Eg

Publisher: Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
City: Skjoldenæsholm (Denmark).

The picture shows

Tram Museum Skjoldenæsholm
Railcar 17, manufacturer Falkenried/N. Larsen, serie 1-18, on museum line 1435 mm, signed line 7, in the direction towards Kg. Nytorv, interconnected with
Sidecar 283, manufacturer Scandia, serie 412-436.

Description

Railcar no. 17 from the kjøbenhavnske Sporveie are Tramway Museum's oldest electric railcar. It was built as akkumulatorvogn of Falkenried in Hamburg in 1897. In 1902 it was changed to overhead lines operation and was used as a transport wagon for 1927. After some years as a wagon has since 1936 been the museum wagon.

Copenhagen railcar 17 on Skjoldenæsholm museum line 1435 mm at the terminus Eilers Eg. Railcar no. 17 from the kjøbenhavnske Sporveie are Tramway Museum's oldest electric railcar. It was built as akkumulatorvogn of Falkenried in Hamburg in 1897. In 1902 it was changed to overhead lines operation and was used as a transport wagon for 1927. After some years as a wagon has since 1936 been the museum wagon.

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Line: Skjoldenæsholm museum line 1000 mm
Links about trams in Skjoldenæsholm
Museum: Tram Museum Skjoldenæsholm
Videos about trams in Skjoldenæsholm

Last updated: Marz 16, 2021.

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