A 3 ft 6 in gauge wagon on a standard gauge contractor's truck outside the Norwegian Railway Museum.
A selection of photographs taken in the main exhibition hall, including a standard-gauge train of 1861, early telegraph equipment, and a Mannin Wardle 0-4-0ST locomotive.
Several beautiful timber nineteenth-century station buildings have been relocated to the grounds of the Norwegian Railway Museum, with their interior fittings still intact.j
A 3ft 6in gauge Beyer-Peacock 2-4-0T locomotive of 1870.
A 3ft 6in gauge 2-4-0T locomotive on display at Stavanger station, but which is part of the Norwegian Railway Museum collection.
A 3ft 6in gauge 4-4-0 tender locomotive of 1900, of a type originally built by Dübs of Scotland, but this example built by Thunes of Norway displays some unusual design features.
This includes a four-wheel passenger car of 1873, the Royal Coach of 1877, a four-wheel petrol rail-motor of 1930, and an industrial 0-4-0T locomotive.
This includes 0-6-0T, 2-6-2T, 4-6-0 and 4-8-0 steam locomotives, a B'B' electric locomotive of 1922, and two very old and strange track inspection vehicles.
This pioneering petrol-powered track inspection vehicle of 1904, built by Sheffield Car Co. of Michigan, USA, is so peculiar that I think it deserves its own page!
The magnificent Hamar railway station building of 1895, which was the first home of the Norwegian Railway Museum.
Norwegian Railway Museum - Hamar - official site (in English)
All photographs Copyright Frank Stamford, 2008, who may be contacted by email at: email@example.com
Last updated: 26 June 2017