Bergen's Electric Tramway

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Coordinates: 60°23′01″N 5°19′19″E / 60.383611°N 5.321905°E / 60.383611; 5.321905

Bergen's Electric Tramway
Museumstrikken Bergen 1.jpg
A former East Berlin tram operating on the Bergen heritage tramway in 2009
Locale Bergen, Norway
Transit type Heritage tramway
Number of lines 1
Number of stations 15
Began operation 1993
Operator(s) Bergen's Electric Tramway
Number of vehicles 5
System length 300 m (328 yd)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
System map

Engen (Den Nationale Scene)
Bergen Cinema
St John's Church
Bergen Museum
Olaf Ryes vei
Møhlenpris (Depot, BTM)

Bergen's Electric Tramway (Norwegian: Bergens Elektriske Sporvei) is an organization which operates a museum tramway in Møhlenpris in Bergen, Norway. The tramway is an attempt at a revival of the Bergen Tramway, which operated from 1897–1965.

The tramway is based at Bergen Technical Museum. This building has recently been awarded heritage status and a large sum of money has been spent on renovations on the roof.

Although the line is currently only 300 m long, an expansion to Den Nationale Scene is under construction. Further, more ambitious plans include lines to Bryggen and St Mary's Church, Nordnes and Bergen Aquarium, and VilVite.[1][2]


  1. ^ Tønder, Finn Bjørn; Valde, Vegar (2007). "Utreder trikkens nostalgilinje" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Bergens Tidende. Retrieved 2008-09-28.
  2. ^ Tønder, Finn Bjørn (2007). "Fullt mulig med trikk i Bergen" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Bergens Tidende. Retrieved 2008-09-28.

External links

  • Official website

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