Former Skjoldnæsholm Halt

Former Skjoldnæsholm Halt


Jystrup, Denmark (DK)
Skjoldnæsholm was a halt in Denmark. The halt was part of the Sjællandske Midtbane, which opened in 1925 and closed in 1936 and had a length of 85 km. The railway ran from Frederikssund to Ringsted.

What's left today:
Just like Torkildstrup Halt and Tingerup Halt, Skjoldnæsholm was also built on a small bridge. However, the bridge and halt have both been demolished. The embankment is still clearly visible on both sides of the road.
Skjoldnæsholm was a halt in Denmark. The halt was part of the Sjællandske Midtbane, which opened in 1925 and closed in 1936 and had a length of 85 km. The railway ran from Frederikssund to Ringsted.

What's left today:
Just like Torkildstrup Halt and Tingerup Halt, Skjoldnæsholm was also built on a small bridge. However, the bridge and halt have both been demolished. The embankment is still clearly visible on both sides of the road.
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Links: danskejernbaner.dk
By: Drudii

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