TRAM TRAVELS

Copenhagen railcar 701

In operation as a museum vehicle

The history of the tram

Københavns Sporveje (KS)
Closed

February 25, 1949: Delivered as Copenhagen railcar 701, manufacturer Københavns Sporveje (KS), type Dukke Lise, series 701-708, width 2.30 m, length 13.40 m, manufactured 1949-1952, with 30 seats and 72 standing places.

Postcard: Copenhagen tram line 2 with railcar 701 at Sundbyvesterplads (1967)Postcard: Copenhagen tram line 2 with railcar 701 at Sundbyvesterplads (1967)By Henrik Boye, Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
February 2, 1967.

Tram Museum Skjoldenæsholm
Open regularly

1969: Arrived at a museum as Skjoldenæsholm railcar 701 (ex Copenhagen railcar 701), manufacturer Københavns Sporveje (KS), type Dukke Lise, series 701-708, width 2.30 m, length 13.40 m, manufactured 1949-1952, with 30 seats and 72 standing places.

Postcard: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 1 in front of Remise 1 (1978)Postcard: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 1 in front of Remise 1 (1978)By Henrik Boye, Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
1978.
Mug: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 701 (1984)Mug: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 701 (1984)By Henrik Boye, Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
1984.
Badge: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 701  (1988)Badge: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 701 (1988)By Henrik Boye, Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
1988.
Postcard: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 587 in front of Valby Gamle Remise (1999)Postcard: Skjoldenæsholm railcar 587 in front of Valby Gamle Remise (1999)By Henrik Boye, Sporvejshistorisk Selskab (SHS).
1999.
Sporvejsmuseet i Skjoldenæsholm 29-07-2023New video - added this month
Sporvejsmuseet i Skjoldenæsholm 29-07-2023By jvltog.
July 29, 2023.

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Last updated: June 2, 2024.