Norwegian Royal Train

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The former B3 carriage outside the Norwegian Railway Museum.

The Norwegian Royal Train is a set of train carriages used by the Norwegian royal family and maintained by Norges Statsbaner (Norwegian State Railways). The current set was introduced in 1994 in connection with the Lillehammer Olympics and replaced a set from 1962, that had consisted of B3 carriages named A1. The set contains a main sleeping compartment with dressing room and adjoining bathroom, two guest compartments, guest bathroom, kitchen, guard compartments and a combined dining and conference room.[1]

The set is pulled by ordinary railway locomotives and most often ordinary passenger carriages for press and other guests are added.

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