Steam train
The train is running
Sunday27.June 2021
Sunday4.July 2021
Thursday8.July 2021
Sunday11.July 2021
Thursday15.July 2021
Sunday18.July 2021
Thursday22.July 2021
Sunday25.July 2021
Thursday29.July 2021
Thursday5.August 2021
Sunday8.August 2021
The first coming departure is Sunday, 27. June. (The day after tomorrow.)
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About the train


Waggons on the train: 

Changes may occur.

Cafe and rest area in Gørlev

In 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.
Covid19 | Corona: Remember to keep at least 2 meters distance to other guests.

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No debit card can be used.

Remember mouthpiece/visor


If the fire hazard index is moderate ("moderat") or more, unfortunately we must not run with a steam locomotive for the sake of the danger of fire in nature
Instead, the train can be smaller and be carried by two motor cars of the type "Triangel" from the 1920s.

Ticket sales

Buy a ticket in advance so there is security to get on the train.

Buy ticket online

There will also be ticket sales on the platform in Høng and in Gørlev.

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 steamlocomotive is 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 rhythm of the steam engine as it works hard up the incline.
The train includes a refreshment carriage where there also is the possibility of buying postcards and souvenirs.