Spårvägsmuseet i StockholmOpen regularly
City: Stockholm (Sweden).
Closed: September 11, 2017 because of relocation.
Reopened: May 21, 2022.
From 1990 to November 9, 2017: the museum was located in Söderhallen, Tegelviksgatan 22.
From 1964 to 1990: the museum was located inside the T-station Odenplan.
From 1944 to 1964: the museum was located in Tulegaten.
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Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL)
Stockholm-Södra Lidingöns Järnväg (SSLidJ)
Stockholms Nya Spårväg (SNS)
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Current trams at the museum
Auto tower wagon: SS 1.
Horse tower wagon: AKT. B.
Horse tram: ?, 12, and 130.
Open freight car: B 213.
Open sidecar: 386.
Railcar: 14, 42, 45, 52, 92, 102, 170, and 410.
Sidecar: 559, 573, 889, 992, and 1891.
Former trams at the museum
Horse tram: 1.
Open sidecar: 386.
Sidecar: 521, 182, 846, and 917.
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By: Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL).
Language: English, Swedish.
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