Closed for Winter
The Bruksmuseum’s historical railway carries the heritage of the original plank road spanning from Robertsfors to Sikeå Harbor. Throughout the 17th century the planks where successively replaced with first cast iron rail and finally steel rail. The rail was electrified year 1900 and the locomotive Starkotter was purchased.
All electric locomotives remain in the museums inventory, sadly the steam locomotive Charles was scrapped after being sold.
Some passenger traffic has occured on the railway, after an accident no more passenger trains where run.
3 locomotives are still functional: Ettan, Femman and Starkotter.
The train set currently consists of:
- A Passenger Carriage
- Custom Built Generator
A model of the railway is on display in the Locomotive Shed