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Norway's largest collection of veteran trams and buses is situated at Majorstuen in Oslo. A number of books, booklets and postcards are sold in the museum shop. To reach the museum follow the tram tracks from the intersection at Majorstuen into...more
I'll be honest, I found out about this place prior to our visit to Oslo so didn't stumble upon it by accident.
It's only really obvious what's inside when you clock the tram lines heading inside a non descript looking building, and it's a quaint...More
This small museum is run by volunteers and has a number of old trams, buses and metro trains on display.
The people who run it are very friendly and if you are interested in transport it is well worth a visit not being far from...More
I am a huge fan of transport museums and visit them in every city to which I travel. Though this museum has limited days and hours, and the building itself is quite small, please do visit if you enjoy seeing old buses and trams! It...More
I have an interest in history and transport, so when I got the opportunity to visit the transport museum in Oslo I could not resist. The museum is located in a former tramshed not far from the city centre and a 2 minutes walk from...More
One of the really good things about this museum is that you can actually go inside almost all of the trams, buses and underground trains on display. If you have visited Oslo during the sixties, seventies, eighties or nineties you are sure to see something...More
Very cheap entry fee (40NOK) and very kind, welcoming staff. A small museum, all located in one large room (where the trams used to be stored whilst in use), and if you work your way around the transport is in chronological order, quite a nice...More
Here you have a real find for kids in all ages. Here we can study and go aboard old tramcars and buses. All the items were in ship-shape condition. Impressing work done by the "dugnadsgjengen"- members in Lokaltrafikkhistorisk Forening.
All in all a very interesting...More