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By Hans Harlen


The history in words and pictures of the two tramlines on Stockholm's "green island", including the recent modernisation to light rail standards of the remaining route. Swedish text.


A brief history of commuter trains in Stockholm from 1967 to the present day covering all types of rolling stock from X1 to X60 and listing the network's 53 stations on 6 routes in and outside the county. Swedish text.


A review of the interesting electric railway (the world's largest 891mm-gauge network) serving the suburbs and scenic countryside to the north-east of Stockholm from Östra Station, which includes part of the country's first electric railway. Swedish text.


A tribute to the commuter train from Slussen in central Stockholm out towards the southern archipelago from its inception in 1893 to date, with a pen-picture of each of the 18 stations. Swedish text.

Tvärbanan & Nockebybanan

The story of Stockholm's new circumferential light rail line and of one of the city's tramlines which survived the 1967 change from left- to right-hand traffic. Swedish text.

All Swedish text. 210 x 210 mm softback; 40+ pages, many colour and black & white pictures.

This product is a collection of the following products:
1 x Lidingöbanan
1 x Pendeltågen
1 x Roslagsbanan
1 x Saltsjöbanan
1 x Tvärbanan & Nockebybanan
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