Sommerkøreplan 2020

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Motor train
The train is running
Sunday5.July 2020
Sunday12.July 2020
Sunday19.July 2020
Sunday26.July 2020
Sunday2.August 2020
The first coming departure is Sunday, 12. July. (Today!)
About the train

Traction: 

Waggons on the train: 

Changes may occur.

Cafe and rest area in Gørlev

When the trip goes to Gørlev, you can shop in the cafe on the platform.
Purchased or brought food can be consumed at the tables under the canopy of the platform.

All trades can be paid with MobilePay or cash.
No debit card can be used.

Tickets and reservation

Seat booking is not possible, but there is usually room for all guests in the train.

Tickets: Due to Covid-19, tickets are only sold on the platform before train departure.
Please arrive well in advance of departure.
Please wait to get on the train until the train staff has time to allocate seats.

Payment: Payment with Danish MobilePay is preferred (cash can be used). - Payment cards cannot be used.

Keep distance: Please keep a good distance from other passengers. - Distribute yourselves scattered in the wagons.

All passengers are asked to leave the train in Slagelse and in Gørlev, so the train staff has room for cleaning.

We follow the directions of the Danish health authorities on social distance and hygiene when driving with the veteran train.


Read more about the route and the stations: 


Vestsjællands Veterantog er igen på banen

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...og vi sælger billetter til halv pris! Klik her for at læse mere...

Ligesom mange andre arrangementer har været berørt af Coronakrisen, har også Vestsjællands Veterantog måttet holde stille i remisen i Høng og afvente situationen.

Derfor er det en stor glæde, at der nu er sat grønt lys for, at en af Vestsjællands store turistattraktioner, Vestsjællands Veterantog, igen kan komme ud at køre. Der er planlagt kørsel med veterantoget fra Gørlev via Høng til Slagelse og retur alle søndage i juli samt første søndag i august. - Udover en tur fuld af jernbanenostalgi vil de rejsende få en oplevelse af den smukke Vestsjællandske natur i sommerdragt.

Der er køres med foreningens velholdte sidebanetog, det herlige gamle motortog af mærket 'Triangel' bestående af to benzinmotorvogne bygget i hhv. 1926 og 1927 på De Forenede Automobilfabrikker i Odense. - Det er stadig de originale motorer, der driver toget hen over skinnerne. Toget medtager ligeledes en historisk træbeklædt 2-akslet personvogn med åbne endeperroner fra 1920'erne.

På grund af, at vi befinder os i en tørkeperiode, må foreningens prægtige damplokomotiv, OHJ  38 fra 1917, foreløbig blive i remisen, men forventes at kunne opleves på skinnerne ved efterårets kørsler med veterantoget.

For at give passagererne fuld sikkerhed og tryghed under rejsen følger Vestsjællands Veterantog naturligvis sundhedsmyndighedernes anvisninger, både hvad angår social afstand og hygiejne. - I det hele taget bedes publikum følge togpersonalets anvisninger med hensyn til siddepladser m.v. Derfor er det en god idé at møde op i god tid inden togafgang.

Billetsalg finder kun sted på stationerne, hvor der kan betales med MobilePay eller eventuelt kontanter. Der er mulighed for at købe forfriskninger i boden på Gørlev Station. - Her kan de rejsende samtidig nyde den autentiske atmosfære omkring et gammeldags stationsmiljø med bl.a. vandkran, kulkran, meldeklokke m.m. Og selvfølgelig er togets personale iklædt datidens jernbaneuniformer, alt sammen med til at skabe det rette jernbanemiljø, fra den tid da farfar var dreng.
 


A journey with the West Zealand vintage train is like experiencing a train journey from the "good old days". 

West Zealand vintage train is run by unpaid volunteers who use their spare time to maintain and operate the train. 

The vintage train runs on various lines on Zealand between normal services.
See the entire list under the menu item "Find the veteran train".

The vintage train will operate on the following routes during the summer of 2017:The vintage train resembles a typical branch line train from 1951, although the carriages date from the 1920`s and the steam engine from 1917.
You will rattle away in one of the infamous "bone-shaker" carriages, sitting on a hard wooden bench or perhaps on of the "comfortable" leather seats! Out of the window you will see the pleasant West Zealand landscape pass by at the formidable speed of 60-70 km/h!
If you stand on one of the open carriage verandas, you can enjoy the lovely view while the wind blows through your hair. You can also follow the steam engines rhythm as it works hard up the incline.
The train includes a refreshment carriage where there also is the possibility of buying postcards and souvenirs.