When arriving to the site close to the main road going into Byholma there is a hangar now (2207) converted into tourist information. The transport road from the main strip towards the road strips is to the left.
This tourist attraction lasted for a few years but is in 2014 no longer available.
Entered the bus and en route towards the airstrip on one of many transport roads.
This is the transport road going just west of the main strip, in all it's length. Even here some minor lumber piles have been stored.
Having entered the main strip from the south we met this crane doing inspections of the lumber.
This is a lot of timber! Along the whole lengths of the main strip, 2km, there it at least 3 piles on each side with timber...
...averaging 13 meters high.
The bus going through the water spray. 200 litres a second is used to keep the lumber wet.
The end on the northern side.
As can be seen on the satellite photo, there are hangars in the northern end...
Another hangar, close to the visitors site. One of a few prototypes made in Sweden.