I've previously posted about this little railway in another thread, but since I try and keep up with their developments and take photos whenever I'm back in Sweden, I thought I'd start a thread for them. The below is a reworking of my previous post: Based in Norberg (Västmanland, about 2.5 hours drive from Stockholm centre), it's the Engelsberg-Norbergs Järnvägshistoriska (ENJ) - they run from Ängelsberg to Kärrgruvan via Norberg. In 2014 the railway was in danger as the huge forest fire came as far as Norberg and Ängelsberg, but it looks like the railway (and the roundhouse where the railbuses are kept) survived intact. They also do some work in the loco shed at Avesta, they rebuilt one of their diesel locos 'Jungen' there. The other diesel shunting loco is called 'Grodan' (The frog). This is their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EnjEngelsbergNorbergsJarnvagshistoriskaForening?fref=ts Here are a few pics I took in February 2014 Grodan outside the engine shed at Kärrgruvan - I believe the shed is the oldest such building in Sweden Over the past year they have re-built a new station building at Kärrgruvan ('swamp mine') yard - Swedish buildings seem to come in kit form and can be re-assembled! I think the timber wagons were being stored for SJ. ... and these are from Summer 2012 I think that's the old station building on the left, now a hostel. Here's an update from today (via the Facebook page) The railcars head south to the roundhouse for winter storage. On the way, some beavers had felled trees over the line. Trains usually carry saws on board for such an incident! The route actually crosses over SJ lines twice on the way to Ängelsberg, once when the Kärrgruvan branch joins the goods-only route to Fagersta, and then a north-south chord from that route takes the train into Ängelsberg, but the ENJ station platform (and the roundhouse beyond) is on the opposite side of the main line, so ENJ trains cross over again.