The Railway from Sweden’s Luleå northwest to Narvik in Norway runs mostly north of the Arctic Circle. While iron ore trains are usually associated with ugly mining sites, these, Europe’s heaviest, roll through endless pine forest, past towns of heritage site merit, lonely stations and through the virtually unspoilt scenery of the Abisko National Park and Norwegian Fjords. Veteran Siderod electrics operating alongside the new IORE giants under a midsummer night sun on the northern horizon further complete a perfect blend for classic railway entertainment!
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