Former Ljunghusen Railway Station

The railway station at Ljunghusen in the Swedish region of Scania was part of the now closed Vellinge-Skanör-Falsterbo railway that was active from 1898 to 1972. The railway had a length of 18 km (11 miles).

Today most of the railway has been demolished. However, most of the station buildings still remain and parts of the railway between the towns of Falsterbo and Sknör has now been converted into a cycle and walking path.
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