YouTube name: NorTram.
Date: February 26, 2020.
City: Trondheim (Norway).
Gråkallbanen in Trondheim (GB)
Articulated tram 97, manufacturer Linke-Hofmann-Busch (LHB)/Siemens, type mv, on tram line 9, Gråkallbanen, in the direction towards Lian, with advertising of Roskaft.
Railcar 20, on tram line 9, Gråkallbanen.
A downhill trip on Gråkallbanen a Sunny Winter Day, 26.02.2020. The tram is number 95 of the type GT6C built by Linke-Hofmann-Busch in Salzgitter, Germany, 1984.
At Munkvoll we meet the vintage tram 29, with sightseeing passengers from the Costal Express. Tram 29 was built by Strømmens Værksted near Oslo in 1958.
Gråkallbanen is 8,8 km from St. Olavs gate (street) at sea level in the center of Trondheim, to Lian in the city forest 233 meters above sea level. Gråkallbanen is the northernmost tram line in the world, with narrow gauge 1,00 meter, and at the same time 2,60 meter wide cars. The line is mainly single track operated, with automatic block signalling. The overhead line supplies 600 Volts DC.
Last updated: November 6, 2022.