|Sporveismuseet i Trondheim|
A Class 7 Strømmen-tram and Leopold trailer at the museum.
|Location||Vognhallveien 1b, 7023 Trondheim, Norway|
|Track gauge||1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) metre gauge|
Trondheim Tramway Museum (Sporveismuseet i Trondheim) is a tram museum located in Trondheim, Norway. The museum offers in addition to a display of the tramway history of Trondheim also heritage trips with old trams on the sole remains of the tramway in Trondheim, Gråkallbanen. The museum has many heritage trams on display, several in working condition. The museum society was founded in 1979 and moved to its present location at the tramway depot at Munkvoll Station after the Trondheim Tramway was closed in 1988. The museum was opened in 1995, but is only open in the summer.
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Trondheim is a city and municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway. It has a population of 193,501, and is the third-most populous municipality in Norway, although the fourth largest urban area. Trondheim lies on the south shore of Trondheim Fjord at the mouth of the River Nidelva. The city is dominated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF), St. Olavs University Hospital and other technology-oriented institutions.
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The Gråkallen Line is an 8.8-kilometre (5.5 mi) suburban tram line located in Trondheim, Norway. As the only remaining part of the Trondheim Tramway, it runs from the city centre at St. Olav's Gate, via the suburban area Byåsen to Lian. It is designated Line 1, and is served by six Class 8 articulated trams. After the closure of the Arkhangelsk tramway in 2004, it became the world's northernmost tramway system.
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Munkvoll Station is a tram station on Gråkallbanen. It is part of the Trondheim Tramway in Trondheim, Norway. The station was built in 1924 as the terminus for the tramway. In addition to housing the Trondheim Tramway Museum, it features the offices and depot for the tram operator, Boreal Bane. The station also features one of the double track stretches on the line, where trams can pass.
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GB Class 3 was a single tram and trailer built by Hønefoss Karosserifabrikk for Graakalbanen of Trondheim, Norway.
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