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Train Driver's View: "Stormy" winter conditions on the mountainpass (Bergen Line, Norway)

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Long haul Voss - Ål on the Bergen Line. Gail winds and snow coming over the front on the mountain pass. Bergen Line, Norway ► Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/skcDZC ► 🔔Remember to tap that bell to get notified!🔔 ► If you want to support the channel you can donate here https://goo.gl/R2LLL1 Donations will be used for: - More/upgraded camera - Editing hardware upgrade
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Thank you for those videos. It really helps me relax, and I just love the beautiful view and smooth ride! I love the quality and perfection of your videos! ❤💋
Steve Mikre (13 days ago)
My favorite HinduCowGirl video so far...
BLAIR M Schirmer (1 month ago)
I assume it would take 3 cameras to catch without excessive distortion a typical human's field of vision. I'd look to see this with a 180 to 240 degree field of view.
Dan Strickland (2 months ago)
Do you commenters have some reason for not taking her at her word, i.e. she drives the trains & places the camera in the cab to record the trip?
Mikkel Varheim (2 months ago)
+Photographing With Carl Most likely the video is from either the NRK (Norwegian State Television) or the NSB (Norwegian State Railroads), or someone with permission from NSB to literally place the camera from the control room
Photographing With Carl (2 months ago)
Nickiamx in that case but I don’t think so
Stephen Dartnall (1 day ago)
Czech TV transmit these on Sport 5 channel all night ........superb,with summer,winter and autumn versions
HinduCowGirl (1 day ago)
I sure hope they are not broadcasting my creation?
Bratva Rock (5 days ago)
Hello! We sent you an e-mail!
Blank (12 days ago)
How come he toots the horn every now and then?
Leo Lunde (12 days ago)
To warn off any animals or humans on the track. You can't hear the train coming but the horn is very effective.
Bad Alice (13 days ago)
This is great. The houses and buildings along the route; no sign of life, no lights, no smoke from the chimneys; no people, cars or trucks? The light at the end of each tunnel is so increadibly bright, and as soon as you enter the light, it's normal. Anyway, enjoyed the journey.
Dan Herbert (13 days ago)
I find your videos intoxicating! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful seat... your beautiful view. Thank you for paying attention to the windshield! I love to watch your videos while listening to my own favourite music on a separate device. I play the vid at low volume and my music at a higher volume. So your art and my favourite musician's art becomes a new art form on it's own. Thank you again for making these vids! So special!
W & P (18 days ago)
"Hmm wonder how snowy it gets" - ffw to 23:01 *already no track* "yessssss"
David Mouser (24 days ago)
How far did that tunnel go? I was expecting a Balrog!
koiesbow (24 days ago)
So many and such long tunnels! Series of tunnels followed by butt loads of snow followed by more tunnels and snow.
moi Micky (24 days ago)
01:10 nasty
Rs500ybd (27 days ago)
Please show this to british rail .
Rum Runner (27 days ago)
This is the best incab view form a train session I've ever seen. I don't know why but I really find a sense of extreme satisfaction from watching someone just do their thing in this type of setting. Oddly it is satisfyingly relaxing LOL!!!!! I hope you do more like this. I can put this on loop and just lay down and snooze like a baby. Not that I am implying that it is boring, no no no. I just mean that I find a setting like this to be much like white noise, life going on, etc. Like listening to the wildlife do their thing while you're camping, this is what soothes me. I love it.
Rum Runner (27 days ago)
And for the record........... bad bad bad habit of mine I guess. I spent more attention on the overhead power lines through most of this trip. i tried so hard to ignore them, but ... I kept looking up, and there they were.I don't know why they have them directly over the track, but ... at least it does let you know where the track is going somewhat in advance. I would have LOVED to seen the outside cab view of the snow you were most likely plowing out to the sides like a boat cuts through water. I guess what I find peaceful is the fact that you can't see the track you're following, its' covered in snow. But it is there. And you just GO.
Maciek Powaga (28 days ago)
A wonderful winter. It must be strange to be impressed by the train on tracks that ... you can not see ;)))
J Hearn (28 days ago)
I think the Norwegians should take some of our immigrants. It looks mostly uninhabited there. Do you give benefits and free council accommodation? It’s a ‘must’ for the immigrants.
Mark Fjaagesund (28 days ago)
I am surprised the railway would let you bring your camera in the cab. Most railways won’t let you. It’s awesome you can do this while you work.
julyguynj (28 days ago)
Hindu Cowgirl up...!! ;)
Andrew Silva (29 days ago)
at around 21:00 or so, cant even see the tracks........
white rite (29 days ago)
cool and soothing, but why are the tunnels different, even different in the same tunnel?
Robert Bradford (1 month ago)
So that was huge tunnel, @ 1 hour, any guesses on how many mi or km that was? My guess is, not knowing where this is exactly at, probably about 6 mi. Or 9.6 km, give or take Am I even close?
HinduCowGirl (1 month ago)
You are very close ;) 12,37km
Robert Bradford (1 month ago)
I have to say that the headlight or headlights on this are not very good, the ones on trains by my house are stupid bright, can see everything.
Robert Bradford (1 month ago)
+HinduCowGirl it is a safety device here and penalty for not having it so it can't get snow covered
Robert Bradford (1 month ago)
+HinduCowGirl no ours put out heat so they don't get snow covered, like auto defrost for headlights
HinduCowGirl (1 month ago)
The head lights get worse the more snow that is covering them ;)
Jonathan Hull (1 month ago)
Watch this in phony 3D if you have it.
Casper Trains (1 month ago)
this helped my relax
Ultrametric (1 month ago)
Bleak! Northern, cold, low sun, brrr. NO THANKS! :)
Karen Young (1 month ago)
I don't like going into all of those dark spooky tunnels. It reminds me of coal mines. There seems to be more tunnels than open spaces.
Obscura Face (1 month ago)
looks like Metro Exodus :)
Agent 47 (1 month ago)
That country looks like a skier's dream!
Peter Schmidt (1 month ago)
Me and my lady went to Norway years ago, beautiful no doubt. She sat there saying nothing for a long time. Me thinking; She’s stunned by this magnificent landscape ? Finally she said. - Fucking stone and stone.
PublicTransportVideo (1 month ago)
A very hypnotic video indeed. I love how you start from the lower lying area where it looks to be raining to higher up in the hills/mountains where the snow is covering the rails.
ZAFAR ZAIDI (1 month ago)
really nice
wingsley (2 months ago)
Question: how fast is that electric train climbing into those mountains once it is up to speed?
HinduCowGirl (1 month ago)
Well, that depends on the grade doesn't it? ;) on the plateau the speed is 160kmh
enigman44 (2 months ago)
Tracks? Where we're going, we don't need tracks.
Extraordinario. Como hacen para mantener la via? Hay momentos que parece que el tren esta flotando.
DIY Nationalist (2 months ago)
ALWAYS have enjoyed seeing trains in snow, this is awesome
Garry Zimmerman (2 months ago)
Wow, To not see the tracks is like skiing in powder and not seeing your skis.
Shisha Stammtisch (2 months ago)
If here in Germany the first snowflakes comes down, all trains were stoped cause the deutsche Bahn is a bunch of bastards😂
smallsoldiersy (2 months ago)
31:51 - that is scary as hell
Chuk Wow (2 months ago)
Thanx for amazing upload. I just finished a 2 hour long walk on my walking machine in 34C heat. This video didn’t only keep me cool, but also put me in trance, so I walked and walked with no concept of time. I have never walked this long time. Not only was it good physically, but my mind got it’s fair share of wellbeing as well. Wow, I feel good now, relaxing with an ice cold beer😎. Important to rehydrate 😁 This kind of vids will be my partner on my walking sessions. I can recommend this.
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
WOW! You go, Chuck! So glad my video is so captivating! ❤️
TheMoonchild1969 (2 months ago)
I tried three times to watch this on my Samsung VR fell sleep miserably everytime.😅
TheMoonchild1969 (2 months ago)
+HinduCowGirl 😉
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
loftie Fleet (2 months ago)
love to see it in sumkmer time.
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Then you should browse my channel :) and you’ll find it :)
loftie Fleet (2 months ago)
summer time
Bent Schou (2 months ago)
no rt (2 months ago)
Light at the end of tunnel... It is truth!
Christian Andolini (2 months ago)
But why are they Called Drivers? They dont steer avoid crashes and etc They maximum press brake and accelerate, especially nowadays everything is automatic right?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Yep, in the US we're called engineers .. in Germany lokführer, in Norway Lokfører, Fører = driver... so it depends on where you are in the world
Christian Andolini (2 months ago)
HinduCowGirl but you dont have to steer just adjust speed and press brake
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
No, the closest thing you get to automatic is cruise control. :)
What if someone stays on the pathways or crossing them? Its scary as I think of it
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Well... I'd call those kind of people very stupid. ;)
rene29200 (2 months ago)
potatoes gonna potate (2 months ago)
If the current Indian government stays then such smooth and we'll maintained train system would be possible in the next 20-25 yrs considering the size of India. Well done Scandinavia , you are an example of good society.
JOYJIT ROY (2 months ago)
why don't the driver turn on the head light while under those tunnels ?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Because they are on, and completely covered in snow? :)
Steen Birkedahl (2 months ago)
Where do I apply for a job??
Steen Birkedahl (2 months ago)
+james brown I seriously would. My dad was a train driver back in the days, and I've been on many trips with him. But I suffer from epilepsy, and that is a big no-no as a train driver.
james brown (2 months ago)
do it dude
Jefferson Burnea (2 months ago)
In Philippines, our Long haul train from Manila to Bicol and the Bicol Express is not a high speed train and when it rains and the rails are wet, the train's wheels keeps running but the train is not moving forward. HAHAHAHAHA
Warren Gibson (2 months ago)
ebutboy1 (2 months ago)
Going at a fair old pace.
Brain Stem (2 months ago)
ya might as well call it a subway since its underground half of the trip.
Ted Hernandez (2 months ago)
Great video!!! I started watching it....for a while...feel asleep. Woke up and I was still on the train!!! Zipping along a nice pace. Feel asleep again, woke up and here we are again!! I love it!!! What a way to travel and it didn't cost me anything! Thank you for this wonderful video. I totally enjoyed the ride!!! One day I would like to ride the Bergin Line. In memory of a good Norwegian friend of mine since passed.
Denis Lee (2 months ago)
И ни 1-го стыка на рельсах...
333crypta (2 months ago)
need a cup of hot chocolate or coffee when you watch this one. you can almost feel the wind and snow hitting you. brrrrr....
Frank W (2 months ago)
1:46:42 Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.....
JMB (2 months ago)
Was this a plow train or a regular passenger/freight train?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Regular passenger train :)
October Phoenix (2 months ago)
Wow, this only recently landed on my YouTube 'doorstep', fantastic video. Going from wet day with a bit of snow....to, where the hell is this track leading to? Great stuff.
R GH (2 months ago)
Questions. How many tunnels in this video? How long is the longest tunnel? What is speed of train? GREAT Video. Thank you.
nicocharl08 (2 months ago)
Waouh quel beau voyage ! Merci de France pour le partage.
John in Okla (2 months ago)
Wow, that was/is so relaxing and quite in places it put me to sleep. Love the fact it had no music added to it. It gets a thumbs up and you have a new subscriber, thanks for the video.
BadMoodBread (2 months ago)
What a ride! Watched in 2x... Just amazing. Thank you recording this.
Tomos Copeland (2 months ago)
Nice video, what's your camera setup?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
In this video it was the GoPro Hero 4 Black
123Ryanist (2 months ago)
1:34:17 What is the name of this station/village?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Ustaoset :)
TheObserver (2 months ago)
What's the story behind the channel name?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
You'll find the secret about that under the about section :D
Z M (2 months ago)
OMG. This country got such much snow. Congrats!
Folk (2 months ago)
Kevin PatrickB (2 months ago)
Train Therapy...so well done! Thank you...
Soumadip Chowdhury (2 months ago)
Who got lost in their thoughts while watching this?
netdoctor1 (2 months ago)
Love to see the same trip in the peak of the growing season so I can syncronize both videos in two separate browser windows.
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Check out my video «seasons on the Bergen line» :)
Adam Bracegirdle (2 months ago)
I was captivated and followed along with google earth!
le iboy (2 months ago)
1:16:33 😍😍
Mike Smith (2 months ago)
U/G in tunnels underpasses in rock 42 time in the first hour of journey, not counting snow sheds.
ShakespeareCafe (2 months ago)
Reconnoitering places to hang my Warbonnet Ridgerunner hammock tent along the tracks
Wolfgang Wolters (2 months ago)
we will drive on this line in Juli 2019 Olso - Bergen - Olso
boddah92108 (2 months ago)
Wow Norway in June is so beautiful.
Peter Palffy (2 months ago)
looks like normal, every day driving conditions in Calgary, Canada.
knowledge share (2 months ago)
Except Canada has mostly stinky polluting diesel trains.
Frankly YouzACoopa (2 months ago)
im getting all my drugs, ill be right back
DW Ohio (2 months ago)
At 57:08 - Any chance of a derailment due to snowdrifts?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Nope :) but, if the temperature had been above zero and the snow had been heavy, we’d engage things quite differently. During such conditions the snow can end up being hard as concrete.
MyNotSoHumbleOpinion (2 months ago)
"And now we are crossing the Yekaterina bridge! Happy new year!"
biska131 (2 months ago)
Holy shit, real life Snowpiercer. Job of dream.
RETUSAF1995 (2 months ago)
I just can't look away!
Boggie (2 months ago)
How does the driver safely stay on the track? I would be so worried about steering off the path and down the mountainside!
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
The train weighs 600 metric tons? Besides, you don’t need to steer a train, it follows the track due to a flange on the inside of the wheel :)
Nature cannot be fooled (2 months ago)
Will u explain your channel name ?
Nature cannot be fooled (2 months ago)
+HinduCowGirl , I subscribed u
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
It is explained, check under the about section
esoteros (2 months ago)
It scares me that the railway lines are completely covered by snow and their continuity is not apparent.
esoteros (2 months ago)
I'm sure you're right and I realized that too, when i saw the train moving fast in the snowy environment.
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Fascinating :D I can assure you it would much, much more to derail it. :D
esoteros (2 months ago)
+HinduCowGirl , because it seems to me, who I am not accustomed to such weather conditions, that the train will be derailed.
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
Why does this scare you?
Osystem (2 months ago)
I like rain and snow... But this is too much.
Ironrail (2 months ago)
gr8 video: fill the pwr and excitement. smooth ride...thanks for posting...U.S. Amtrak should take note....good luck with future video's. Dave
Rob Bleeker (2 months ago)
Amazing how the weather and landscape changes so much in less than 10 minutes.....
steve turpin (2 months ago)
You need nerves of steel! Thanks for the vid.
Meh Meh (2 months ago)
Holy cow! Look ma, no tracks! Fantastic ride. Will have to take it again on a bigger screen.
Anders Welander (2 months ago)
I love this thanks to the great resolution of beautiful landscapes. I am reminding myself when I watch it that the driver still sees more detail than we do which makes it less scary.
02R96 (2 months ago)
When the train passes by the "Snow Blower Engine" at 1:06:00 it looks like it has a face from the Thomas Tank Engine childrens show LOL!
Freddy Marcel-Marcum (2 months ago)
Less than five minutes to go from no snow to snow, that's quite a climb!
Alex Yallop (2 months ago)
That was strangely hypnotic.... so smooth as well!
Plxton (2 months ago)
They don't see much half of the time by the looks of things. It's either pitch black or blindingly white...
knowledge share (2 months ago)
So go in the Spring or Summer.
Brian Bassett (2 months ago)
Going in and out of tunnels is like the reverse of out of the frying pan into the fire. Sorry to see someone trying to make money of this, but it was beautiful.
TheMagnificentZoltar (2 months ago)
In the Netherlands, the train schedule falls apart with just 1 cm of snowfall.
David Hawk (2 months ago)
what a lovely video - no sign of a burka anywhere
DW Ohio (2 months ago)
Is this a freight train? How many cars?
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
This is a passenger train. 9 cars :)
movax20h (2 months ago)
Nice. Very relaxing. Transport and energy infrastructure always amazes me. The amount of work done sometimes decades or houndreth of years ago, spanning entire countries and continents. Utilized and maintained to keep civilization running, and at the same time with so big impact on environment. Thousends of killometers of tracks and roads, so many bridges and tunnels, millions of rail supports, etc. etc.
David Dryden (2 months ago)
A beautiful route. The scenery is awesome. Not to many electric locos fitted with ice breakers and snow plows. I bet this pass gets a bit dicey at certain times of the year. What is the grade and elevation you reach? Those tunnels are amazing. Great video. I'm a bit of a train sim player and this would be a cool route to drive...from the relative safety of my computer chair.
HinduCowGirl (2 months ago)
2.5% on this line and 4009ft above median seal level. Which is Finse Station.

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