Islandstorget (Tub1, line 19)



Opened on 26 October 1952.

Islandstorget was the original terminus for tram line 11, which for about half of its short life (1944-1952) ran from central Stockholm, near the Central Station, to this stop. The portion of line 11 that began west of Fridhemsplan and ended here was rebuilt as a subway line and opened in 1952.

Thanks to Jonas Jardfelt for kindly permitting the use of his photographs.


Islandstorget, southbound train

(Date unknown)
A view of Islandstorget from above, with a southbound train of C20 stock stopped at the station.



Islandstorget, from the east

(Date unknown)
A view similar to the one above, without the train. These views were taken from above and to the east of the station.



Islandstorget, southbound train stopped

(23 September 2002)
From the south end of the platform, a southbound train stopped at Islandstorget.



Islandstorget, southbound train departing

(23 September 2002)
The same train as it departs Islandstorget. This view is looking timetable south, toward Ängbyplan.



Islandstorget, northbound train arriving

(23 September 2002)
This view from the same vantage point as the previous photo shows a northbound train (for Hässelby strand) arriving.



Islandstorget, northbound train stopped

(23 September 2002)
Looking north, the same northbound train stopped at Islandstorget.



Islandstorget, northbound train departing

(23 September 2002)
The same train departing Islandstorget.



Islandstorget, northbound train arriving

(23 September 2002)
Taken at the north end of the platform, looking south, here is a northbound train arriving.



Islandstorget, northbound tunnel

(23 September 2002)
This view looks north at the tunnel that connects Islandstorget with Blackeberg.



Islandstorget, ticket hall

(23 September 2002)
The small ticket hall at Islandstorget.



Islandstorget, entrance

(23 September 2002)
The entrance to the station.


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