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Date: 11/11/16 04:57
Finse cam
Author: RNinRVR

Someone has turned the cam so we now see more of the tracks and the hotel front is out of the shot on the left.

Sharon Evans
Glen Allen, VA



Date: 11/15/16 21:51
Re: Finse cam
Author: NH2006

It looks zoomed in to me actually.  Prefered the old view.



Date: 11/15/16 23:04
Re: Finse cam
Author: darkcloud

Current schedules:

Eastbound:

    M-Fri  07:53  - 5502 - Bergen 05:13 to Alnabru 15:08 (L02:00-U15:30)

P-10:16 to Oslo (07:57-14:45)

    M-Fri  ?11:30? - 5506 - Bergen ? to Alnabru ? (L08:10-U00:30)   
          (Sat 11:35 - 5520 - Bergen 08:57 to Alnabru 17:04 (L08:15-U07:00))
    M-Fri ?13:59 - 5504 Bergen 11:06 to Alnabru 18:39 (L10:25-U22:30)

P-14:33 to Oslo (11:59-19:07)

         ?(?Sat? 14:45? [was Sun 22:51 - 5522 - Bergen 19:59 to Alnabru 03:37] L11:00Sat-U05:00Mon))

P-18:18 to Oslo (15:59-22:35)
P-   (++19:37-Fr - to Al(Geilo resorts) (17:05-20:49))

    M-Th   20:11(or 21:45?) - 5508 - Bergen 17:05 to Alnabru 01:06 (L16:25-U01:30/0500) premium
    M-Fri  22:37-22:42 - 5510 - Bergen 19:58 to Alnabru 03:36 (L19:15-U04:15/0500) premium
  --M-Th   23:40 - 5518 - Bergen 21:04 to Drammen 03:48 (L20:15-Drammen U05:00)
    M-Th   00:52 - 5512 - Bergen 22:08 to Alnabru 05:38 (L21:00-U06:05)

P-01:32 (xSat) to Oslo (22:59-06:25)

============================

Westbound:

P-12:33 to Bergen (08:25-14:59)

               (Sun 14:54 - 5525 - Alnabru 10:04 to Bergen 18:37 (L09:25-U02:00))
    M-Th   15:16  - 5505 - Alnabru 10:04 to Bergen 18:43 (L09:25-U19:20)

P-16:20 to Bergen (12:03-18:58)
P-   (++16:45-Su - Al(Geilo resorts) to Bergen (15:41-19:19))

    M-Fri 17:20/21:07 [was 17:20] - 5507 - Alnabru [was 12:33 to Bergen 20:42] (L11:50-U01:00)

P-19:58 to Bergen (15:43-22:32)

               (Sun 21:07 - 5521 - Alnabru 16:03 to Bergen 23:43 (L15:25-U02:00))
               (Sun ?22:00? - 5527 - Alnabru ? to Bergen ? (L16:10-U02:00))
    M-Th   22:42  - 5509 - Alnabru 17:50 to Bergen 01:26 (L17:05-U02:00)
    M-Th  ?23:42? - 5501 - Alnabru ? to Bergen ? (L17:10-U03:10)
    M-Th   00:43-00:52 - 5511 - Alnabru 20:04 to Bergen 03:37 (L19:25-U04:15) premium

  --M-Th   01:37  - 5519 - Drammen 20:49 to Bergen 04:08 (Drammen-L19:30-U04:45)
        (Fri 01:59 - 5513 - Alnabru 21:14 to Bergen 04:32 (L20:35-U05:10))
               (Sun 1:59 - 5523 - Alnabru 21:14 to Bergen 04:29 (L17:45-U04:55))
    M-Th   03:27  - 5515 - Alnabru 22:18 to Bergen 05:59 (L21:40-U06:20) premium

P-04:04 (xSat) (23:25-06:51)
 
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P = Passenger
Freight is listed by days operating, times schedule for Finse, train number, followed by the scheduled departure and arrival times, then in parenthesis the loading/cutoff and unloading/available for pickup times listed on the Cargonet published schedules.  Alnabru is the Oslo intermodal terminal.  Since the fleet ends around 4am Norway time/10pm eastern in the US, days are listed as they would be for US viewings.

Forgot to mention that the most common timeslots for extra freights are 21:07 westbound and 21:45 eastbound.  The 03:27 #5515 often runs up to 1.5 hours early.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/17/16 10:11 by darkcloud.



Date: 11/19/16 12:19
Re: Finse cam
Author: RNinRVR

Don't forget the freights with the containers that have the curtain sides which stop at Finse to unload cargo. It is neat to watch the forklift driver as he zips around the platform and the men who work the pallet jacks dodging him.

Sharon Evans
Glen Allen, VA



Date: 11/21/16 22:00
Re: Finse cam
Author: joemagruder

On the same site as the Finse camera is a camera mounted on the back of a Prague work tram which is almost always in motion someplace in Prague. The description says that the tram is greasing the rails. I'm wondering what it really is doing. The Pacific Electric had work cars that greased the wires.



Date: 11/21/16 23:57
Re: Finse cam
Author: spflow

joemagruder Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
 The
> description says that the tram is greasing the
> rails. I'm wondering what it really is doing.

Why shouldn't it be just greasing rails?



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