The European route E16 highway between Oslo and Bergen runs through Flaem.
The village of Flaem has
since the late 19th century been a tourist destination. It currently receives
almost 450,000 visitors a year.
Most ride the 20-kilometer Flaem Line between Flaem and Myrdal, one of
the steepest railway tracks
in the world. A former rail station building in Flaem now houses a museum
dedicated to the Flaem railway.
The harbor of Flaem receives some 160 cruise ships per annum.
(L) Habor of Flaem (R) The old locomotive and a new passenger vehicle of
The old locomotives in outside and in the museum
(L) The label of the Flaem Railway (R) The train is ready to leave to Myrdal.
(L) A train waiting for a departure call (R) Faelm is the terminal station.
Tickets and Visitor Center
(L) Flaem Railway company carries many tourists visiting Bergen. (R) Toyota
rental car we used is parking at Flaem.
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(L) The line near Rjoandefossen in 1942 (M) Construction of the line at
Melhus: Photo in 1939
(R) The Flaem Line starts at Myrdal Station, where it connects with the
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The photographs were taken in June, and an article was written in July
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.