Norwegian Railway Carriages


Norwegian Railway Carriages

There are three basic types of Norwegian railway carriage used commonly by NSB on the Norwegian railway system, the Class 3, Class 5 and Class 7 series. As of 2005, the carriages are hauled by NSB El 18 engines on the main electrified stretches and NSB Di 4 engines on non-electrified lines.

Read more about Norwegian Railway Carriages:  Coding, Class 3 Series, Class 5 Series, Class 7 Series

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