• Restaurant carriage: Ro3b 3749

    Restaurant carriage Ro3b 3749 has a kitchen, two dining rooms and 48 seats. Built in 1946 in a series of three by Kalmar Verkstad, it has a welded steel body and was SJ’s first fully electric restaurant carriage.

  • First class carriage: Ao15b 3295

    First class carriage Ao15b 3295 was one of SJ’s most luxurious carriage types in the 1940s and was commonly used in express trains on the main lines. It was originally built for second class by Kalmar Verkstad in 1940 as a riveted steel carriage.

  • First class carriage: Ao15b 4356

    First class carriage Ao15b 4356 is basically the same as carriage 3295, but is 11 years younger. This can be seen in the welded carriage body and the slightly simplified interior compared to carriage 3295.

  • First class carriage A2 5043

    This carriage type is still considered by many to be the most comfortable carriage ever built. It was commonly used on main line express trains in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

  • Third class carriage Co13 2832

    In the early 20th century, Stockholm was growing rapidly and many of the city’s inhabitants were moving out to suburbs outside the city. Most of these suburbs have a railway or tram station. To enable people to travel smoothly between their homes and the city centre, special local train services were introduced.

  • Second class carriage Co8d 3137

    The carriage interior consists of both compartments and saloons, offering a total of 86 seats. It has undergone very few changes since it was built.

  • Second class carriage Co9b 2798

    Built in 1930 by Kockums in Malmö, second class carriage Co9b 2798 is a passenger carriage with a riveted steel body. This carriage type of one of SJ’s first major steel carriage series.