Oslo Toget Chr. IV (Oslo train Chr IV)

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Oslo Toget Chr. IV
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Oslo Toget Chr. IV (Oslo train Chr IV)

Oslo train has since the summer of 1990 driving sightseeing in the City Centre and has been an important and familiar element in the street environment in summer.

In addition to sightseeing train run by the markets, corporate parties, weddings and birthday celebrations and many other events for both private individuals and companies in Oslo and the surroundings.

The train was built at Tschu-Tschu factory in Germany in 1989.

The locomotive is built on a car called 'Nissan Patrol four-wheel drive and a powerful 3.3 liter turbo diesel engine.

Oslo train Chr IV has seating for 56 passengers.

The train is undergoing extensive maintenance work and routine checks annually in addition to daily check before and after execution.

Safety is important when many people are transported on the road so all bench rows equipped with security links that should be secured at all times while the train is in motion.

Oslo Train Christian Quart:

The tourist train Christian Quart is the city's most nostalgic sightseeing train and departs every half hour for a 30 minute guided roundtrip trough the Capital's most central areas with all the attractions. (Weather precautions)

Departure from Aker Brygge, passes the City Hall Square, Akershus Fortress and along the harbor to the Parliament.

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