Locomotives of Norway....

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Electric locomotives
El1
El2
El3
El4
El5
El6
El7
El8 more
El9
El10
El11
El12
El13
El14
161 xEl15
El16
El17
El18
Diesel locomotives
Di1
Di2
Di3 Di3a data
Di4
Di5
Di6
Di7
Di8
CD66
G12 7707
MZ
Switchers
Skd213
Skd214
Skd220
Skd224
Skd225
Skd226
Steam locomotives
type 2a
type 7 or littra D
type 23b
type 24
type 25
type 30
type 63a data more photos
Passenger trains
EMU
Bm66
BM69
BM70
BM71
BM72
BM73
DMU
Bm86
Bm91
BM92
BM93
MOW
Lm2
Foreign locomotives
Sweden
Rc2
Rc3
RC4
RC6
Denmark
MY
Netherland
NS 64**
Operators
NSB
Flytoget
CargoNET
OBAS
BaneService
Foreign operators in Norway
Linx (stopped operating around januar 2005)
TÅGAB
Connex
MTAB
green cargo
Hector Rail
Euro Shuttle
Preservation
NJK
NMT
GM group
Thamshavnbanen
Urskog - Hølandsbanen
Suburban lines and trams
Operators
Oslo Sporveier
Preservation
Lokal Trafikkhistorisk Forening

There is already an almost complete photo album of all rolling stock on the net in Norway done by jernbane.net here:
link.
The only problem is that it is written in norwegian but that doesn't take away the pictures.
 
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This is a test of an idea that just dawned on me...
A drawback; it will contain all kind of pictures from the photo gallery, not just roster shots.
And it depends on others do the keywords correct.
I will not be able to fill this with photos of all types as many are extinct.

A littlebit on colours:
Switchers NSB
Green

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Old red

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New design or Lego

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Sesam

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Locomotives NSB

Green

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Old design


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Intermidiate design
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New design

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Locomotives Flåmsbana

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Locomotives CargoNet

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greffern said:
I will not be able to fill this with photos of all types as many are extinct.
No one ever thought of preserving them or they were canabalized when their service time was done thus leaving nothing to preserve but a shell? I guess when you retire in Norway, you really retire ;)

I still think the sesame street look-a-like engine is quite unusual. But as long as it delivers...
 
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Ohh well, there is a railway museum at Hamar. They do their job on preserving history. The fact that we have a steam locomotive and the correct carriages from 1861 in running order is a proof of that. About 2 % of the steamlocomotives that we had are preserved. They cut up a lot for scrap though. I think the museum people and the railway society are quite busy these days.
http://www.njk.no/index_e.html
There are a lot of dead links on this one but...
There is a jubilee going on now: 150 year with railway in Norway.
 
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