Bergen's Electric Tramway
A former East Berlin tram operating on the Bergen heritage tramway in 2009
|Transit type||Heritage tramway|
|Number of lines||1|
|Number of stations||15|
|Operator(s)||Bergen's Electric Tramway|
|Number of vehicles||5|
|System length||300 m (328 yd)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
Bergen's Electric Tramway (Norwegian: Bergens Elektriske Sporvei) is an organization which operates a museum tramway in Møhlenpris in Bergen, Norway. The tramway is an attempt at a revival of the Bergen Tramway, which operated from 1897–1965.
The tramway is based at Bergen Technical Museum. This building has recently been awarded heritage status and a large sum of money has been spent on renovations on the roof.
Although the line is currently only 300 m long, an expansion to Den Nationale Scene is under construction. Further, more ambitious plans include lines to Bryggen and St Mary's Church, Nordnes and Bergen Aquarium, and VilVite.