Last friday (May 27th 2005) my wife and I did couple up the caravan to our car and did drive all 350 km from Gothenburg up to Frövi. We did arrive at the camping site in Nora late at the afternoon, but still soon enough to take some pictures. Nora is the town in Sweden there the first railway was build in 1856 (some 25 km from Frövi). Here is not only a complete station and several miles of track, but also a very nice old mill called Pershyttan. We didn't have time to visit Pershyttan this time, but below is some pix from the station.
On saturday the main event did take place. Bad luck for the organizers, the rain did ruin complete afternoon, but before that is was great with live music and many other things going on except the trains. Early in the morning before the event, we did visit Hagaberg, the main station for FMBBM, the railway association Bengt and Roger Jansson are members off. (FMBBM stands for Frövi Maskin & Bruksbanemuseum, or Frövi Machine & Estate Light Railway Museum' in english)