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Cab Ride Norway : Trondheim - Bodø (Winter) Nordland Line

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Nordlandsbanen minutt for minutt (vinter) Togreise Trondheim - Bodø 23.2.2012 NSB Regiontog 471 Trondheim : 7.38 NSB Di 4 4652 Trondheim 0:00:00 Stjørdal 0:39:30 Levanger 1:25:30 Steinkjer 2:11:00 Grong 3:18:00 Mosjøen 5:38:00 Mo i Rana 6:48:00 Polarsirkelen/ polar circle 7:54:20 Fauske 9:02:30 Bodø 9:48:00 http://nrk.no/nordlandsbanen/ http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordlandsbanen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordlandsbanen http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordlandsbanen ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- this Cab Ride is from : NRK http://nrkbeta.no/2012/12/29/konkurrer-og-last-ned-den-synkrone-nordlandsbanen-minutt-for-minutt/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
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John Acord (1 day ago)
"When a man gets blue, he grabs him a train and rides".
John Acord (1 day ago)
If socialism is so bad, why are their railroads superior to ours.
Budgie Bricks (4 days ago)
I love that part where there is snow and mountains!!
Kim E (17 days ago)
Weeeeee!
Jim Burg (18 days ago)
wish we had proper rail service in the US.
Jeff Polman (19 days ago)
I've watched this one a bunch of times, as well as the ones from the other seasons. Spring is the best (less windshield wipers). They oddly comfort me.
Jagdpanther 8.8cm (24 days ago)
Norway is awesome
Мишка Мишка (1 month ago)
7:55:45 это что такое проехало?
michele edwards (1 month ago)
if you do this video in 2hr segments you can go to work to
Berkshire 759 (1 month ago)
Try riding the thing clear from Oslo to Bodo without a break , and then when you’ve done that Re board and go back again. I done got the T shirt and took the pix, but here’s the kicker a lot of the photo’s I took featuring bridges and strange spurs that disappeared into mountain sides. Mysteriously disappeared once I took them into the chemists to be developed.It was then I recalled a Norwegian official who warned me that the authorities did not like photos being taken of sensitive features because of Norway’s proximity to Russia. So perhaps some some bed wetting civil servant prick decided to confiscate them. Bastard. But despite what some people say it’s a great ride-enjoy
Adebo Ajose (1 month ago)
Nothing is as beautiful as being one of the passengers in this awesome Train
Taylor M. (2 months ago)
Train videos became my "get asleep" playlist. It is really good at it.
iPhone 8 (2 months ago)
Some people may think this was recorded at the evening, but as a Norwegian this looks like 4 pm, which is when it usually gets dark in winter. In summer however, the sun is for a really long time
iPhone 8 (2 months ago)
Or maybe 10 am when the sun goes up
Carlos Wilson (3 months ago)
Just finished the winter run. I was amazed at how many people live north of Trondheim. I though that would be almost empty land. You went north of the arctic circle yet Bodø is a good sized city, I believe this run is as close to the ocean as possible to get a milder climate. Your run was Feb. 23, 2012 so you had a lot of daylight time. Most European railways are electrified. This one isn't. Are there plans to electrify it or is it so far north that the power isn't trustworthy/too few trains?
Carlos Wilson (2 months ago)
+LegendMeadow They're talking about going farther? If there are people up there that would be good, Doing a video on it could get tricky because of the 128GB limit on uploading which an American You Tuber experienced, He did an automobile trip from Washington DC to Seattle WA (about 5000km) in both time lapse and real time. The real time video is broken into four prices. You might enjoy it (as well as other viewers) especially in the winter, It shows how big this country is and how many of the places look. One highway runs at an altitude of over 3000 meters. Both our countries are beautiful. The You Tuber wants to do a road trip across Europe.
LegendMeadow (2 months ago)
Carlos Wilson Tons of people live up north, including me. I don't think they'll electrify these lines any time soon. Maybe if they expand the line up to Tromsø they will.
Putaspellonyou (3 months ago)
What's the engine and rolling stock usually like for this train? Curious if any railfans know...
Putaspellonyou (3 months ago)
That's it. I'm retiring there.
Saalbahnhof (3 months ago)
Yes, but the longest "slow tv" show on Norwegian tv was the ship voyage 134 hours (!) non-stop on the Hurtigroute ( the mailboat line along the norwegian coast) in 2011. The list from the slow tv in Norway: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slow_television#NRK_(Norway)
Putaspellonyou (3 months ago)
They show it on TV? That is brilliant. I read recently there was a show on Norwegian TV about cutting and stacking wood that was like 12 hours long. Brilliant. I think America could use some television like this: calm some people the fuck DOWN!
Saalbahnhof (3 months ago)
It is a NSB Di 4 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSB_Di_4 https://www.arctictrains.com/Nordlandsbanen/ with rolling stock like this in Bodo : https://www.flickr.com/photos/aslakr/14537647748 it is the NSB B 5 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSB_B5 or watch the complete cab ride, as it was seen on Norwegian TV. https://tv.nrk.no/serie/nordlandsbanen-minutt-for-minutt/sesong/1/episode/1/avspiller
Diana Gamez (4 months ago)
A person would connect the sounds of & watching trains would be relaxing, but, it really is! i stumbled across a short video on cable television one night and laughed "who watch s this"?!? (there was nothing on cable worth watching). Thought I'd entertain it for a few minutes. Well, 15 minutes turned into 45minutes. I got into it. Relaxing. I'm glad I found more great videos on YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing. ☺
Nordic Greenland (4 months ago)
I'm starting to fall asleep.
Timsvideochannel1 (4 months ago)
Hi, I have just been asked by this channel if they can upload my videos. I checked the channel out and found one of your videos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB68ENNpu3M&t=28322s Did you give permission? or are your videos uploaded under creative commons?
Timsvideochannel1 (4 months ago)
Hi, thank you for getting back to me. It is very generous of NRK to make this wonderful series of videos available under creative commons. The BBC do not appear to be so generous. I have become increasingly concerned to find my own videos appearing on YouTube without permission. The Russian channel that asked to upload my videos did at least have the decency to ask first. I don't mind people using up to 5 minutes material from any one of my videos, but not the whole video as they were asking to do, as I use any income from YouTube to finance my travel. I checked out Creative Commons and found that such a licence does allow me to specify the circumstances under which I can allow people to use segments of my videos, in this respect I found your answer very useful, thanks again for getting back to me.
Saalbahnhof (4 months ago)
The video is under creative commons: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ NRK, a norwegian tv station make this video. https://nrkbeta.no/2012/12/29/konkurrer-og-last-ned-den-synkrone-nordlandsbanen-minutt-for-minutt/ Translation: "The files can be downloaded via bittorrent and shared under Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 . " https://translate.google.de/translate?hl=de&sl=no&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fnrkbeta.no%2F2012%2F12%2F29%2Fkonkurrer-og-last-ned-den-synkrone-nordlandsbanen-minutt-for-minutt%2F
Richard Bayard (5 months ago)
At 7:52:40. the train enters a man made track enclosure, what is the purpose of it?
Saalbahnhof (5 months ago)
I think that's for protection against snow / avalanches or so. On this track: https://youtu.be/zZ7LORizfZg?t=2h20m11s there are also such, also before tunnels. Here it does not look like that a tunnel is passed through, because always skylights are to be seen. And a steeper mountain (due to avalanche) is not visible. But for fun it was not built...
rs l (5 months ago)
At 8:43:00, the train is stopped and there is a what appears to be a pair of signals visible, just ahead of the train. There is an X on each pole. However, the "signals", if that's what they are, are not visible from the train. These types of signals are all over the system, but they seem sort of random. And they don't seem to point to anything. Some just point off into the woods, other point across miles of fiord. Anyone know what they are? It's driving me crazy. Love the video, by the way.
Saalbahnhof (5 months ago)
In Germany we also use the X : http://www.bahnbilder.de/bild/Deutschland~Bahntechnische+Anlagen+und+Kunstbauten~Lichtsignale/392641/waehrend-die-alten-dr-lichtsignale-in-berlin.html but bthe signal can only be turned away, because the signal mast is not round. And the signal is bigger too
rs l (5 months ago)
Thanks. Not sure if I ever would have found that in english. And so apparently they turn them sideways as well as put the X on them. I guess one could tell how the blocks have been rearranged by this as well. Again, thanks, this was really bugging me.
Saalbahnhof (5 months ago)
The X called the "Ugyldighetsskilt" = Invalid signal. From the norwegian Train driving regulation: "shall be placed on the main signal, main signal signal and single input signal not in use" https://lovdata.no/SF/forskrift/2008-02-29-240/§9-51 There are different causes why the signal is turned up. If e.g. a new interlocking is built, then sometimes new signals are set up, which then become valid only when the old interlocking is taken out of service.
Princess Ketcha (6 months ago)
7/10 video not going to space
Olav Brundalen (6 months ago)
No information about where we are when the train stops and other info either. Boring film about a wild landscape. The train is running slowly on one track only. Uuuuu so boring movie.
Olav Brundalen (6 months ago)
No
killifish13 (7 months ago)
I'm in love with Norway, and have been since grade 8 in social studies , What a beautiful country. Dale from Canada oh I'm 59 now, dream of visiting your country before I die.
ana cleide (7 months ago)
Eu viajo abil a bodo
Juan Benito del Castillo (7 months ago)
whats that N.K watermark?
Saalbahnhof (7 months ago)
it is NRK = Norsk rikskringkasting or in english Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. This is the  Norwegian government-owned TV an Radio Station. She produced a few broadcasts of this slow-TV.
CinemaDemocratica (7 months ago)
How many winter-themed episodes of this program were there, in all? I've seen the Bergen-Oslo episode, and at least one other one, but I'm a little confused about whether certain fragments that I can remember, are from the same episode or different ones.
Saalbahnhof (7 months ago)
The norwegian TV-Station NRK make: Bergen-Oslo in 2009 : https://tv.nrk.no/program/PRHO63004009/bergensbanen-minutt-for-minutt Myrdal-Flam in 2010: https://tv.nrk.no/program/DVFJ64001010/flaamsbana-minutt-for-minutt (with some snow) and this in 2012 , Trondheim-Bodo: http://arkiv.nrk.no/nordlandsbanen/ and other "slow tv", but now with snow + train.
SVWaldhof07 Achim (8 months ago)
Strålende avstand, i et strålende land! Gratulerer også til nr. 1 i Nations Cup i de olympiske vinterspillene 2018. Mange hilsener fra den nest beste nasjonen Tyskland https://youtu.be/Szv-m75zqso
Pam Anderson (8 months ago)
What is the speed which this train travels? Love it!!!
PARADOX_gaming (7 months ago)
Pam Anderson max speed is about 100 km/h
XCrazyGamer 2018 (8 months ago)
I saw this video in a Livestream.
Thomas1980 (9 months ago)
very nice Train ride video !
Paul Allen (9 months ago)
I'm loving this. Got to give this a ride.
Setebe (9 months ago)
can i use this in my video?
Saalbahnhof (9 months ago)
yes, but It is not my video. it is under Creative Commons-Licence. write in the description of the video the following (the author NRK, ...): NRK http://nrkbeta.no/2012/12/29/konkurrer-og-last-ned-den-synkrone-nordlandsbanen-minutt-for-minutt/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
Nerian (9 months ago)
I was born in the wrong country.
r stairs (9 months ago)
Does anyone know the name of the town they arrive at after 22 minutes? On the right we see a STATOIL business
Saalbahnhof (9 months ago)
Thats Hommelvik. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hommelvik_Station
sidirodromeas (9 months ago)
Am I dreaming or not??? Excellent video!!! Bravo!!! .... How long did it take you to upload it please???
ommazx (10 months ago)
spoiler: train reaches Bodø
Rick Allen (10 months ago)
At 1:45 he proceeds thru a Stop signal! Why? Didn't they learn anything from the Asta disaster?
rs l (5 months ago)
I don't see what you are seeing. At 1:35 they have a full green. (top-bottom) At 1:45, I see a signal that faces in the other direction.
Saalbahnhof (10 months ago)
It must give a problem with the signal or a other problem.The driver become the order to drive over the stop signal. (we never hear in the video from the driver, because the sound come apparently not from his cab.I don't know the rules,but the driver did not anything forbidden. You can not always wait until someone comes and fixes a problem. Otherwise there will drive no train soon. There are always situations where the human must intervene to let the trains go anyway.
Yasin Özkan (10 months ago)
I can't sleep without this video, the best lullaby ever <3
Odonata (10 months ago)
Perfection! I watched it all night into the new year and can watch it all day. Great viewing while hibernating in winter.
Zorba Buddha (10 months ago)
음...um Norway 노르웨이~♡
Diamond Dave (10 months ago)
@ 8:45:42 it just got creepy😬
Yusuf T. (10 months ago)
HEY, Saalbahnhof. I hope you have a copy of this video cuz if somehow this video deleted, I will fucking kill you.
PikPobedy (11 months ago)
Took this Trondheim Mosjoen. Worked in Mosjoen. Took Mosjoen Boda to visit.
James Campbell (11 months ago)
Brilliant video. However, you have to wonder how folks make a living in these remote communities.
Bobby Lewis (11 months ago)
7:32:47 deer in the rock?
DINESH GADA (11 months ago)
Awesome catch
bimbambula (11 months ago)
can you upload Bergen-Bodø entire cab ride?
Nicole Jasmin B (11 months ago)
merci beaucoup
200000 (11 months ago)
будто к машинисту напроситься??)
Rémy Matte (1 year ago)
Excellente vidéo qui permet de décrocher et de se reposer. La vue est magnifique. Merci pour la qualité et la,patience de l'avoir fait.
garbage (1 year ago)
I'm moving omg i love this
garbage (1 year ago)
True #ASMR!!
Matthew Studham (1 year ago)
9.5 out of 10. The only problem was some stations had names (top left) and some didn't. Otherwise this is a brilliant although sometimes sleep-inducing video.
SVWaldhof07 Achim (1 year ago)
Brilliante Fahrt,Brilliante Bilder,Brilliantes Land!! Lang lebe das ruhmreiche Norwegen und seine Eisenbahn!! https://youtu.be/Szv-m75zqso
leon elias (1 year ago)
nice vids
leon elias (1 year ago)
maybe this one too https://youtu.be/JcDtlUo49hM
norris pulliam (1 year ago)
jeg har hatt togturen takk
Lara O'neal (1 year ago)
THANK U FOR UE BEAUTIFUL WORK.
Lara O'neal (1 year ago)
I JUST DISCOVERED THIS VID TODAY. IT IS BEAUTIFUL.
Luredreier (1 year ago)
Perhaps use lower case letters next time? ;-) Anyway, love living here. Oh, by the way, there's several other videos like this one on his channel. Take a look?
Grace Nauen (1 year ago)
That's better the 1st video that I turned on had the train sounds. But Know lights Know Photos did you speed up the train speed. ? I was wondering but I want to say thank You For your type of video . Because I can not Travel All Over The World too See All the Wonderful Train's of World
dipi (1 year ago)
9:39:37 Those warm street lights amidst the cold bluish snow are magical to watch all to the end of the ride.
METAL MAN (1 year ago)
I like to think I'm the conductor
METAL MAN (1 year ago)
We're going off the rails on a crazy train. This is relaxing tho
Zach S (1 year ago)
Honestly, I'm a little confused. I find it almost unbelievable that in a place as far north as Norway, there is 10 hours of continuous daylight at a time of year that has this much snow on the ground.
Zach S (1 year ago)
And that's exactly what I'm getting at. I understand that, at the north pole, there's only one sunrise and one sunset a year, and that at the Arctic Circle, there is one Midnight Sun a year on the summer solstice and one sun-less day on the winter solstice. I just thought that at this latitude, in January, or whenever this film was made, ther would be perhaps 3, 4, or even 5 hours of sunlight a day, but not 10 continuous hours.
Luredreier (1 year ago)
Think about 4 paralell lines hitting another line that's 90 degrees to them. Then turn that line to an angle and notice that while the distance between those 4 paralell lines remains equal the distance between where they hit the line they collide with increase as it gets further and further away from 90 degrees. As a result, while there's a lot *time* with sunlight the amount of actual light you get is much less dense. Also, that sunlight travels through more atmosphere dispersing it more. And the days become shorter during the winter. At times parts of northern Norway only have a couple of hours of actual daylight, the rest of the day mostly just being twilight.
Epic Pinecone (1 year ago)
And at the end a hand picks up the camera and we realize its a big ass model train in some dudes basement XD
iPhone 8 (2 months ago)
Lol of course it’s real
Carlos Wilson (3 months ago)
Epic Pinecone I think its the real deal. Yes he started from Trondheim Norway way way up north. It should be frozen solid but because of the ocean and the golf stream its wet snow. It may get more frozen father north. It's winter but if it's February there's going to be a pretty long day.
Frank Philipp (1 year ago)
You must be from NY
magazinu1 (1 year ago)
What was the temperature at the Polar Circle?
magazinu1 (1 year ago)
Luredreier thank you for your answer.
Luredreier (1 year ago)
Depends on the day. Remember that Norway is affected by the gulf stream. As a result the temperatures in Norway are much higher then say Alaska or Canada equally far north. It also depends on how far inland you are, if there's mountains between you and the coast etc and just day to day differences. If the sky is clear at night more of the heat escapes too space, if there's more clouds it's warmer, if the wind blows from valleys to where you are it's warmer then if it comes from a slightly different angle and have passed over a mountain and so one and so forth. At any rate I'd say that you can expect it to be between -0 and -30 most of winter in Norway in most places. Norway *can* get temperatures as low as -50 C, but that's fairly rare.
Frostozr Gdjshdh (1 year ago)
Супер! Спасибо
Seek Wisdom (1 year ago)
Its hypnotizing! So relaxing. In a few minutes you feel as if you are there, living the experience
William Osorio Pineda (1 year ago)
Willop
Narayan Poklen (1 year ago)
neat
Anne Montgomery (1 year ago)
Still my favorite video - Have watched it over and over and over. Right now I am heating up dinner and will go from one stop to the next while I am eating. I hope they never take this down.
N A B I L A (1 year ago)
omg I will cry so. beautiiiful 😭💞💞💞👍
Yanik Saess (1 year ago)
Its wonderful, but this train is 5 min after plan
William Osorio Pineda (1 year ago)
fresas
Michael Söderberg (1 year ago)
I have just one problem with this clip. I can't stop watching. Best regards, Mike.
fred grove (1 year ago)
Brilliant video, I have watched all 4,Spring ,summer autumn and now winter. Pity there is no information about the train.
fred grove (1 year ago)
I found the video of the train in 4 seasons. you are right, the language doesn't matter, thank you.
Saalbahnhof (1 year ago)
watch this: http://arkiv.nrk.no/nordlandsbanen/. The cab ride as he could be seen on the TV, with the train, a 4 seasons ride in one ride, ... In Norwegian language, but the pictures speak :) With the buttons under the video you can switch between the seasons, or a simultaneous 4-season ride watch. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordland_Line
Misaka Mikoto (1 year ago)
I miss Trondheim.
Luredreier (1 year ago)
You can come back here, can't you? =)
Yadgar1969 (1 year ago)
Not yet having gone through the entire ten hours of this video... but one question before: does anyone here around know of "minute-by-minute" cab ride videos of the Trans-Siberian Railway? One week from Moscow to Vladivostok in one loooooong video? That would be truly the ultimate "train porn"!
Luredreier (1 year ago)
Hum, how much memory would be needed do you think? My system got 32 GB of DDR3 memory. My CPU is kind of low end for the job (FX 8350) so the system would probably have to run for quite a bit to make a really long video... Would you be willing to get each video off youtube in as high a bitrate as possible and load up to something like a google drive folder and share the link with me? My mail is [email protected] I'm not exactly sure how I'd go about doing this, but if I can find the right software and if you can gather the files in a folder so they're easy to deal with I could perhaps look into making it work on my system. If nothing else works I could just run OBS Studio with the various videos as input I guess... (Ps. I'm just talking about making it one video, not about doing editing and stuff to make it look good, I wouldn't know how. And mostly just because I know that at least memory won't be an issue for my system and apparently it is for yours...)
Yadgar1969 (1 year ago)
Incredible... if I only had enough RAM... I would compile the whole series into one monstrous week-long video! And they playing the entire works of Chaikovsky over it!
Saalbahnhof (1 year ago)
Give it made from Google :) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKMHSX36w8vFLNx3SRU7H2bMr5aZBa4FE Unfortunately only from the side window and without sound.
jose botelho (1 year ago)
Sou apaixonado por comboios...! ~~ Especialmente de longas viagens, como neste maravilhoso vídeo - parecendo estar viajando e apreciando estas mais belas paisagens. ~~ Uma boa Tarde. ~~ Obrigado.
Claude Tauleigne (1 year ago)
très beau
Claude Tauleigne (1 year ago)
beaux paysages
skyakutsk (1 year ago)
That's perfect to concentrate when you want to work or study and you have people making noise behind you.
Polish Gtv (1 year ago)
Took LSD and WATCHED it , what a amazing experience , Great scenery , amazing sounds , extremelly relaxing , perfect for contemplating about Life , Great Form of exploration this beautiful country , thank You
Polish Gtv (1 year ago)
Took LSD and WATCHED it , what a amazing experience , Great scenery , amazing sounds , extremelly relaxing , perfect for contemplating about Life , Great Form of exploration this beautiful country , thank you
Beth I. (1 year ago)
Mm mm mm mm mm mm mm". ,g
David Humphreys (1 year ago)
I play trance music while relax to this video (and others). Really calms me down. And you don't want me excited.
David Kimlong Sain (1 year ago)
I have become so addicted to watching such a great programme. Love it so much!
Zh L (1 year ago)
I wonder how the train looks
Luredreier (1 year ago)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordland_Line There's a couple of pictures of the typical trains on that line there.
Nate Sassoon (1 year ago)
thank you for the upload
Zok (1 year ago)
This is the most unexpectedly relaxing video I ever stumbled upon. Thank you for uploading it. <3
Geoffrey King (1 year ago)
I can only imagine the team that put this idea out in the original meeting at NRK state television -- what? Are you guys on drugs? You're going to give the viewer nine hours and fifty minutes without music or narration? Who is going to watch this? But the Norwegian public watched in significant numbers. And then those odd people living in, say, Queens, NY watched it as well. It amounts to guided meditation for me. Wonderful stuff.
Joel Dimeglio (1 year ago)
Ii
The MK Herald (1 year ago)
I'm watching this on the train.
Thirsty Tweaker (1 year ago)
Lovely. Many thanks for uploading! 😊
Two-Face (1 year ago)
A hour and 15 minutes in....what the hell am I doing
Jean Thevenet (1 year ago)
Était-ce bien le 23 février 2012?
Eugen Novikov (1 year ago)
what kind of train is it? Diesel?
LegendMeadow (2 months ago)
Frank Philipp It's a diesel. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSB_Di_4
Frank Philipp (1 year ago)
No wires, so it must be a diesel Duh?
Jean Thevenet (1 year ago)
c'est en quelle saison? automne ou "printemps"? On mesure aussi l'avantage des capteurs CCD en global shutter. Quel est le matériel?
حسام جعفر (1 year ago)
سبحان الله

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