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SKJOLDENÆSHOLMTRAM MUSEUM
11. December 2004
Christmas at the museum - at the museum

Route 0 is waiting at the stop to take the visitors to Eilers Eg.

The Tram Museum's annual Christmas event includes sales of Christmas trees at Eilers Eg.

Each tree is numbered when it is bought, and this year also colour-coded, to distinguish between trees that the guests take home themselves, and those that are going back on the Christmas train.

The museum's staff load the many Christmas trees onto the wagon, which is hauled by KS 327, driven by a genuine Tram Elf.

Trees not going on the train are unloaded at the stop near the Museum entrance.

When the guests arrive after visiting the museum, they are each given their own Christmas trees.

Guests with their own transport come to the entrance.

All the guests see the exhibition in Valby Old Depot and relax at the tables.

They might enjoy glass of mulled wine or some other Christmas treats in the Christmas café.

There is also musical entertainment -

and Father Christmas and his helpers arrive on "Hønen" ("The Hen"), pulled by four reindeer.

    

The Christmas trees for guests travelling by steam train are taken to Hvalsø Station by the Tram Museum staff.

At the end of the working day, the trams take a little rest - still shining with a bit of Christmas magic.

Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum thanks you for the 2004 season, and wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.