EXTRA-SERVICE!

Vanligvis er det bare de som når medlemskap i vårt ‘Yellow Team’ som fra tid til annen kan få en noe uvanlig opplevelse i tillegg til våre vanlige bilder, men  – idag gjør v i et unntak og forsøker å gjøre dette tilgjengelig for alle våre besøkende.

I Norge har vi en berømt jernbanestrekning som går fra Flåm i Aurland og opp den bratte fjellsiden til Myrdal – hele 800 høydemeter oppe i fjellet. Jeg har selv reist med denne jernbanen flere ganger og – er man heldig med været, så er det et minne for livet!

Idag har vår hjemleige nasjonale kringkaster (NRK) laget en reportasje hvor vi får
oppleve dalen fra lokomotivførers sete og i tillegg får en lang rekke klipp fra et medfølgende helikopter hver gang toget forsvinner inn i en av mange tunneler på vei opp dalen.

Dessverre er all tale bare på norsk, men – det er jo primært naturopplevelsen dere er interessert i? Dertil kan jeg trøste dere med at vi for flere år siden laget en egen reise/foto-reportasje fra turen opp gjennom Flåmsdalen. Kombiner gjerne ved å se både denne reisen og den vi tidligere har publisert!

Dagens reise finner dere her:  
https://tv.nrk.no/program/DVFJ20002017?source=thirdpartycatalog&utm_source=tvguide.vg.no
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Den tidligere SN-reportasjen finner dere her:
https://seenorway.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/the-flam-railway/
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Usually, only those who reach membership in our ‘Yellow Team’, may from time to time  have a somewhat unusual experience in addition to our usual photos, but – today we make an exception and tries to make this available to all our visitors.

In Norway, we have a famous railway line that runs from Flåm in Aurland and up the steep mountainside to Myrdal – a full 800 meters up into the mountains. I myself have traveled with this railway several times and – if you are lucky with the weather, it is a memory for life!

Today, our home-based national broadcaster (NRK) has made a report where we get to experience the valley from the train driver’s seat and in addition, get a long series of scenes from an accompanying helicopter every time the train disappears into one of many tunnels on the way up the valley.

Unfortunately, all speech is in Norwegian only, but – it is primarily the nature experience you are interested in? In addition, I can comfort you with the fact that several years ago we published our own travel/photo report from the trip up through Flaam valley. Feel free to combine by seeing both this journey and the one we have previously published!

Today’s trip with train and helicopter may be seen here:

https://tv.nrk.no/program/DVFJ20002017?source=thirdpartycatalog&utm_source=tvguide.vg.no
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The other photo report published years ago (but with texting in both Norwegian and English, may be seen here:
https://seenorway.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/the-flam-railway/

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If you for some reason can’t open these links, please try to copy and transfer to another browser!

Kos dere!
Please enjoy!

(Compliments of SRB)
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9 Responses to EXTRA-SERVICE!

  1. Ooh that sounds interesting I will have to check out your links

  2. -Eugenia says:

    What an amazing country you live in! The scenery is just beautiful, Svein. No wonder you enjoy taking pictures there. Thank you for sharing the video.

  3. utesmile says:

    This is an amazing trip, so many tunnels, so many impressive waterfalls. I believe this is a voyage you will never forget. I loved it and checked on the map exactly where it is. Your country is so amazing. I will definitely visit when I am retired…. next year if possible.

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