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Lars A. Hansson pictures

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Trängslet



On a military practise range in the middle part of Sweden there has been work done in and to a tunnel system for the last 30 years. I visited the site in May and SFHF also had the head of the tests present at a meeting telling the story of the mountain.
Tests are caried out by FOI and mainly how a mountain tunnel is exposed to explosives.
I have external pictures as well but are reluctant to show them due to risk of people breaking in.

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Civil defenceCivil defence was something taken very seriously in Sweden during the cold war. Every town had it's own command central and under almost every block of flats you could find a shelter for civilians.
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Katarinaberget Shelter, Stockholm


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The largest civil cold war shelter in Sweden. You can still see the blast doors and most of how it would have been here. It has always been and still is a public garage in peace time.
Photo date: 10 June 2006.

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Kungsberget factory Göteborg


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A shelter but with the object to be able to move major parts of the SKF factory into protection, made during the 2WW. On top of the mountain a AA battery were placed to protect the factory.
Now the factory area is converted to a skatepark and the shelter part into a nightclub.

Photo date: 6 May 2007.

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Kungsgaraget Shelter, Göteborg


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One of the two major shelters in Sweden's second town, Göteborg. Used as a parking garage.

Photo date: 5 May 2007.

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LC Enköping


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A civil defence command central in a villa area of Enköping. This central has a moisture problem and the humidity is very high, something that affected almost every camera lens for a shorter or longer time.

Photo date: 14 November 2006.

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LC Eskilstuna


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The civil defence central for the town of Eskilstuna. Didn't get into the real central at this first visit due to a troublesome door. A rather strange mountain with the normal entrance going into a blast door for the generator/air room (left) and one into the main central. But apart from this there is a huge entrance some 70-80 meters to the right, possible for trucks to go into.

Photo date: 30November 2007.

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LC Kungälv


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Apart from being the central for community Kungälv, it's also the reserve central for Gothenburg. Rather strange entrance for being a civil defence central, indicating that it might have been used as something else before.

Photo date: 6 May 2007.

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LC Ljusdal


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A small city in the middle part of Sweden without any major defence or factories that made the city a prime target. A small command central was placed on top of a mountain.
This place is highly remade by the local cruiser club but similarities can be seen from the Oxelösund, that is a very similar structure.

Photo date: 3 August 2007.

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LC Norrköping


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In the woods between Norrköping and Linköping a modern civil defence central was built in the 1970's. Similar to the Elephant in Stockholm but with two and not three containers inside the mountain.
Visit date: 3 March 2010.

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LC Nyköping


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Ready in 1958 this is a cold war site in two levels with 270m2 each. This was the civil defence central for Nyköping town of some 30-35 000 inhabitants.
The operative part is on the upper floor. The lower is for kitchen, dormitories, generators and water supply.
The staff was split into three shifts with a total of 90 persons. The dormitories were separate for male and female.

Photo date: 8 June, 25 July and 19 august 2006.

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LC Oxelösund


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Situated only 13 km from Nyköping this steal works and harbour town with 13000 inhabitants have always been close to Nyköping protection wise. The civil defence central was first installed in the mountain under the church but as the coastal artillery battalion grove the civil defence had to find a new site. A very small bunker was built at the outskirts of town, only consisting of 4 rooms.

Photo date: 25 July 2006.

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LC Stockholm norra


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Elefanten - The Elephant
Situated in the Edsberg area of community Sollentuna, north of Stockholm city this command central was used for both the Sollentuna and Stockholm communities, making it one of the larger in Sweden. In 2006 the communities had over 841000 inhabitants, which is approx 9% of Sweden’s population. This is the northern central for Stockholm region, a very similar (Vargen – the Wolf) is situated south of Stockholm. The structure can be seen on the pdf above. One main entrance, with blast doors and decontamination and two emergency exits, one of them being the main air-intake as well. The site is made of two major houses, both with two levels. One containing dormitories and sleeping quarters, the other one command central and kitchen.

Photo date: 12 January 2007.

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LC Sundsvall


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A defence bunker that 2006 was sold to a security company that on this visit had started to get rid of all the interior and didn't wan't any photographing inside.

Photo date: 13 November 2006.

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Air Force
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Byholma air base


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One of many road bases used by the Swedish air force during the cold war, a so called Bas90. This one is situated just outside the small village of Byholma.
Since the storm Gudrun in January 2005 when over 300 000 000 (!) trees fell in this region, this airbase has been converted to the largest lumber storage in the world, now including 1 000 000 m3 of timber. This will stay at this place until 2010, otherwise the market would be saturated. It is now a popular tourist place with a tourbus going in the summer.

Photo date: 29 June 2007.

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Fällfors airbase and tunnel


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The first base that was entered into the service, apart from one that was used for initial tests, Fällfors became the first bas90 base in Sweden.
Situated outside the small village of Fällfors the tests at this site continued with the unique shelter for airplanes hosted in a nearby mountain. These type of structure were planned for all bases north of the Dalälven river but nerver put into action, leaving this one alone. Numerous tests were carried out in the tunnel, described in detail in this book. The pictures below is some of the pictures used in the book and non-used as well.

Photo date: 25 February 2008.

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Färila air base


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One of many road bases used by the Swedish air force during the cold war, a so called Bas90. This one is situated just outside the town of Ljusdal.

Photo date: 9 april & 3 august 2007.

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Gunnarn airbase


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Gunnarn is located just outside Storuman in the middle of northern Sweden. An airbase that was started just before 2WW and then updated constantly up into the 1990's. Ended with two bunkers for communication and four landingstrips.

Photo date: 25 august 2010

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LFC N3 Östersund - The Bumblebee



Situated just outside the main city in the middle part of Sweden's inland this LFC (air defence central) took care of the traffic in this part of Sweden. It's situated in a mountain just 10 minutes drive from the F4 flotilla (obsolete) and was built into the mountain where a munition depot was built in 1943.

Photo date: 30 August 2007.

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Roma airfield


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Close to the town of Roma in the middle of Gotland was a military airfield during the 2WW. This gun enplacement is still remaining.

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Strängnäs air base


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Situated east of the city of Strängnäs this airbase from the so called Bas60 era. One strip, a command central bunker and hangars a few km's away.

Photo date: 30 March 2007.

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Säve new underground hangar


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Situated just north of Sweden's second largest city Göteborg this flotilla was founded in 1941 and just after that the first mountain hangar was started. In the beginning of the cold war that became unmodern due to nuclear shock wave and a new one was made, now running as the Aeroseum museum.


Photo date: 6 May 2007.

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Säve old underground hangar


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Situated just north of Sweden's second largest city Göteborg this flotilla was founded in 1941 and just after that the first mountain hangar was started. This is probably the oldest underground hangar system in the world.
Rarely seen by the public the Aeroseum had managed to host a public day and that surelly draw attention - almost 200 persons showed up.

Photo date: 6 May 2007.

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Vangsö airfield


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One of many small grass fields around Sweden used as spare fields and also by the mail system. After that used as a civil small airfield. Some remains of the military installations can be found around the field.

Photo date: 15 July 2007.

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Ã…msele air base


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One of many road bases used by the Swedish air force during the cold war, a so called Bas90. This one is situated along road 363, just north of the small village of Ã…msele in northern Sweden.

Photo date: 21 June 2006.

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Army
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Borgen, Stockholm


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Borgen at Ladugårdsgärdet in downtown Stockholm was a very important area during the 2WW. This was heavily defended against a enemy parachute landing. Therefore a shelter was built into the hill under Borgen.
Later during the war a radiostation was also added to the bunkersystem.

Photo date: 30 september 2010

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Edsholm defence nest 2WW


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A small machine-gun bunker from the 2WW, protecting the main road from Oslo into Sweden, with the nearby bridge the only passage for both cars and trains.

Photo date: 7 May 2007

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Fo46 Lurbo command central



Outside Uppsala there is a major mountain containing the remains of a former Fo group staff. Fo is usually almost the same as a county in Sweden and operations inside was to coordinate army as well as occasionally also coastal artillery units.
Photo date: 20 jan 2008

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Hultet defence nest 2WW


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One of many many defence nests made up in a rush in 1939-45 along the border to Norway, then a part of the Third Reich. Hultet is only some 15 km from the border and uses a natural hill side as it's back. The border between Sweden and Norway is (almost) only accasable on the ordinary roads, so defence lines didn't have to be all over the place. This is a typical nest of a larger size, this one had two anti-tank guns (pv), quite a few machine-gun nests (ksp), many shelters (SK) and fox holes. One observation post was situated in the middle of the nest.

Photo date: 1 July 2006.

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HÃ¥mule defence nest 2WW


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As it's seems in the middle of nowhere in county Bohuslän is this machine-gun bunker situated on top of a hill, overlooking a small bridge. But it's part of a huge defence system, spreading along the Swedish border to the then occupied Norway. In this part this structure of machine-gun nests became very common and was called "kg-hatt" - machinegun-hat.

Photo date: 5 May 2007.

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HÃ¥verud defence nest 2WW


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Close to the famous aqueduct in HÃ¥verud is a preserved nest from the war. Locked and kept in shape by some local. A big anti-tank line between the nest and the road with a nest for a anti-tank gun in that direction. But the nest has also a shooting angel towards the railway that goes on the other side of the small rock. Along the railway there is still remains of a railway blockage as well.

Photo date: 10 July 2008.

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Kråkviken defence nest 2WW


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Along a road connecting counties Värmland and Dalsland there is a railway blockage close to a lake. The nest has been partly demolished by authorities the last year but is still viewable.

Photo date: 10 July 2008.

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Nyköping abandoned munition storage



An abandoned ammo storage in the woods outside nyköping. This is a standard "box" that has been built all around Sweden. Usually in a "village" of storages, that is many in the same area, but this is a stand-alone one.

Photo date: 25 January 2008

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Skansberget defence nest 2WW


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The big harbour city of Uddevalla have always been of military interest and therefore there are still some remains on the hills around the city. This "kg-hatt" is preserved in the last minute by local enthusiasts and will hopefully soon be opened.
This is one of the few with two hats on the same bunker.

Photo date: 5 May 2007.

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SK16 defence nest Gävle


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Just close to the old regiment in Gävle there is still an intact defence line of three shelters of type SK16. These are prefabricated and easily set-up in just a few days.

Photo date: 21 June and 12 November 2006.

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Stockholm 2WW tank stop



One of many sites around Sweden made to stop tanks during the 2WW. This site is one of the very few remaining around Stockholm and is easily found close to a main road.

Photo date: 15 March 2008.

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Castles
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Nyköping castle


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Built in the 12th century and being a big castle before the big town fire in 1665. Most of the castle burnt down but one tower, the gate and some of the casemates are still intact.
The first major costal defence site in this area of Sweden. In those days the Baltic got up to the castle and the main harbour was just outside the gates.

Photo date: 7 June 2006.

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Coastal defence
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Arholma 10,5 cm m/50 battery


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This is one part of one of the three 10,5 cm m/50 batteries that was made in Sweden. The battery is Arholma (AH) with one gun on each the islands of Arholma and Ovanskär, NE of Stockholm. Each gun had it's own command central and logistics, which is unique in modern Swedish costal artillery.
The photos are taken when I helped them to start the work towards a musem in 2005 and the once on Ovanskär is during a days visit during the destruction of this part of the battery. The Arholma part will open as a museum in 2008.

Photo date: 13 May 2005 and 17 October 2006.

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Billingen, Göteborg


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Situated very close to the marinebase and the older Oscar II fort in the inlet to Gothenburg this small peninsula have been used for close defence for the wharf, a signal battery and also a magnetic station for ships.

Photo date: 5 May 2007.

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Grimskär mine station


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A preserved mine station from the early cold war just outside Kalmar.

Photo date: 15 May 2004.

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Hallskär AA battery


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This small island has in modern time been equipped with one of the 12/70 turrets i battery SA but its fortification history started in 1940 when a AA battery was placed here.
Why the island was chosen can’t be find by authors but it’s possible due to that this inlet was highly prioritized both for the batteries at Söderarm and Roten. It was also important for the project together with Åland (Finland) if that archipelago was invaded.
Two gun emplacements were ready in September and placements for measuring instrument, ammunition storage and shelter was ready in late 1940. But still no guns…
Early 1941 is was ready with four emplacements that could take both 7,5 cm m/15 or 10,5 cm m/42 guns.
In 1942 everything is reported ready to a sum of 100 000 SEK (1,75 MSEK in 2005 value) but no more funds are available for the 24 men barrack, kitchen- and dining barrack etc. etc. As there is still no guns available a 40 mm m/36 battery is placed on Hallskär during training to simulate a 7,5 cm battery !!
1943 sees no change, still no battery and when things gets more intense with Germany in August another 40 mm battery is placed on the island.
During 1944 and 45 there is talk about the battery but there are no guns to spare. The battery is ready since four years and is still unused when the war ends.

All facts taken from Urban Sorbeus book "Kustartilleriets luftvärn i Stockholm skärgård 1933-1945".

Photo date: 17 October 2006.

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Hemsö 7,5 cm battery


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This is a sister to the Femöre fortress with a central spine connecting very part of the site. Also preserved for the future but in this case to 100%. Situated on the fortified island of Hemsö, NE of Härnösand this was number two in the series of 30 7,5 cm m/57 batteries made in Sweden.

Photo date: 12-13 November 2006

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Hemsö 15,2 cm battery


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Situated on the fortified island of Hemsö, NE of Härnösand the Storåberget battery (HÖ1) is the largest preserved battery in Sweden, both in internal size and in calibre. A total of three 15,2 cm m/51 twin turrets are mounted in the granite and are connected internally with tunnels that also hosts dormitories, sick-bay, battle control for a total of approx. 300 men.
The battery was ready in 1957 with the guns taken from a order originally made for navy vessels in Siam (Thailand) but cancelled by the Swedish government and placed here and with three more on the island of Gotland.
The fortress then worked together with the Havstoudd 7,5/57 and another of the same kind up to the end of the cold war. During this period the battle control was updated to top modern class, that still can be seen in the fortress. There is also a stand-alone measuring station a few kilometres away.

Photo date: 13 November 2006.

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Hemsö measuringstation


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Situated a few kilometres away from the Storåberget battery is it's primary measuring station.
This is a 1970's era measuring station also used in the 7,5 cm m/57 series III batteries, the last 12. A three level bunker, accessed via a vertical ladder of at least 2 meters, it is self-sufficient for power, air and water.

Photo date: 13 November 2006.

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Hönö peninsula, Göteborg


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In bird watching areas a very famous site as it's very far out in the Gothenburg archipelago. Situated NW of town Kråkudden was also a observation site for the heavy battery BJ, with some bunkers and a searchlight. All this was demolished in early 2004.

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Järflotta 24 cm battery


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This battery was built during the 2nd World War with the guns and turrets transported from their old site further inland towards Stockholm. The so called "Havsbandslinjen" pulled many batteries further out in the archipelago to stop an attacker earlier.
Battery JF consists of three gun positions on three hills on the island of Järflotta, south of Nynäshamn.
This was one of the larger guns and turrets that Sweden made. A 30,5 cm haubits was bigger but these 24 cm guns was huge even in that time. Now, until they are dismounted and sent to the scrap yard they are the largest guns that still exists in Sweden.
The guns are spread out on the island, one to the west, one in south and one - together with the command central - in the east. Each and every of these four places and well protected by the Swedish granite. The air defence with it's 40 mm Bofors LV-akans was situated mainly in the south.

Photo date: 10 September 2004, January 2005 & 24 September 2005.

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Greger Munkedal


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A big and important bunker just south of the small city of Munkedal on the westcoast of Sweden. This bunker has been reopened by the owner of the land and he shows it from time to time, as this day.
During the years the bunker has been used as:

* LGC - Group central for the air force in this area of Sweden.
* Staff central for the navy on the west coast of Sweden.
* Staff central for 12th costal artillery group.
* Radio hub between Sweden and it's ships and UN personnel.
Photo date: 5 May 2007.

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Gävle 7,5 cm m/05 battery



One of many many 7,5 cm m/05 batteries made along the coastline of Sweden but now the only one left. Situated on the outskirts of an amusement park just outside the city of Gävle this is a nice museum over the middle 20th century coastal artillery in Sweden.
The battery was made up by three guns, a command central. The small island also consisted of defence lines and a searchlight position. Two of the guns, dormitories, command central and measuring station is hosted in the same site, with a central spine running through. Just some 100 meters from that structure is the 3rd gun in a separate structure with a small dorm for that personnel.
This visit was made one evening and their for no pictures from the outside is available.

Photo date: 11 November 2006.

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Landsort 12 cm m/70 battery


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A favourite island for me, both as a birdwatcher and as a fortification freak.
The island is named Öja but the small village is Landsort and that is the common name for the whole island.
As for fortification, during the cold war, Swedish military did an upgrade of it's heavier coastal artillery fortresses in a project called ERSTA. In this project Landsort was prioritised and three 12 cm m/70 guns was placed on the island and took over the protection from the older 15,2 cm.
This top-modern fortress is still intact and I've run visits to it. It is a waste numbers of bunkers, some with five floors below ground. Three gun sites, one command central and three measuring stations, together with four air defence guns etc. etc.

Photo date: August & 25 September 2005.

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RailwayThis is not 100% military history, more how the civil society would cope during a war. During the 2WW Sweden started the work on quite many fortified railway power-distribution stations. Some have been destroyed along the way, some have been sold and some are still in use.
Sweden, and some other countries, has 16 and 2/3 Hz on the railway lines and not the usual 50 or 60 Hz. This makes it mandatory to convert the 50Hz voltage to 16 2/3 Hz before powering the railway line. The idea was to have the power conversion on railway wagons that could be transported throughout Sweden and placed wherever needed.

The major mountain sites was designed with two parallel tunnels and connected in the back with tool shops etc. This is further described under Söderhamn site.
Some where made as pure reserve stations to the ordinary converter stations and could then be with only one tunnel.

The incoming power had (for instance) 70kV 3-phase 50Hz. That voltage was inserted to the transformer wagon Q26 that produced 6kV 3-phase 50Hz. That went into a stationary bridge signal cabin that did two things. It gave power to the auxiliary transformer for the power to the site, 400V 3-phase. It also gave power to the converter wagons (combinations of Q24/25 and Q38/39) that produced 16,5 kV 16 2/3 Hz that via another bridge signal cabin distributed 15 kV 16 2/3 Hz out onto the railway power line.
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Söderhamn


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Situated just outside the city of Söderhamn, this converter station is situated in the same mountain as the civil defence command central. This map shows the railway entrance tunnels and the two exhaust tubes on the roof, just left of the dot.

Photo date: 13-14 November 2006.

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Tillberga


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Situated just outside Västerås, where three railway lines merges this converter station is now bought by some folks that have converted it to a paintball site.

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Ã…re


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Just south of the biggest ski resort in Sweden is an abandoned converter station of the smaller kind, with only one tunnel and no tool shops etc. The major part of the tunnel is or has been used as a BMX ramp.

Photo date: 30 August 2007.

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Oil depotThe Swedish government had some 45 storage mountains containing oil or other petrochemicals to be distributed around the country in case of a war. Most of these have a railway line for the distribution or they are situated close to a shore.\r\nMany of these are now demolished in one way or the other.
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GÃ¥nghester


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One of many oil depots in Sweden, Gånghester is a small village just outside Borås.

Photo date: 4 May 2007.

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Strömstad


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One of many oil depoes made in mountains in Sweden. This one is still in use by a private petrol company.

Photo date: 7 July 2008.

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