Index of SL Tvärbanan tramway in Stockholm, 2010 - 2012. Page 4 of 5.
The tramway / light rail system in the south and west suburbs of Stockholm, Sweden

Started in 2000, Gullmarsplan to Liljeholmen. Later on between Liljeholmen and Alvik. Since 2002 between Gullmarsplan and Sickla udde.
An extension, Alvik - Solna, is under construction. Branch lines are under consideration.
Trams used now is Bombardier Flexity Swift, low-floor vehicles, SL class A32. 29,7 m long, 211 passengers.

Trams at Gröndal, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams at Gröndal,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams at Trekanten, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams at Trekanten,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

Trams on Gröndalsvägen,
Stockholm, Sweden

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