Nesbyen station is a little on the Oslo side of the half-way point between Oslo and Bergen. Its elevation is only 169 metres.
At Finse there is a railway museum to recognise the work of the people who built the railway. On display there is this steam rotary snow plough.
Further west the elevation rises to 1,200 metres.
This type of scenery can be seen sometimes only briefly between a succession of tunnels and snow shelters.
The next picture is a close up of the bottom centre section of this photograph..
Myrdal station, junction for the famous Flåm line.
View from the train west of Voss.
And the next two pictures show what you might see on arrival in Bergen:
There are many magnificent late nineteenth century mansions in Bergen, like this ...
All photographs Copyright Frank Stamford, 2008, who may be contacted by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: 31 December 2008