21. February 2006

A royal tram journey

After a stopover of a few of hours at Banegårdspladsen in Aarhus, the royal tram commenced the last part of its trip from Australia to Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum.

On its way on the Swedish transporter

On its way on the Swedish transporter


... and out onto the motorway.


The route went via the motorway from Aarhus across the island of Fyn and over the Great Belt to Sealand. A trip from warm Australia to the cold north.

The transport went without problems (one might be tempted to say it stayed perfectly on track) and at the Tram Museum, the royal tram arrived in its proper element: running for the first time in Denmark.


The 32,000 km journey was over.