Sorry that this is off topic. I don't subscribe anywhere else, and hope the photos are interesting anyway. I was a bit too cold to take many.
Last night I tramped through the snow, and -16°C temperature to the tram museum at Majorstuen, Oslo. It's well worth a visit. A current tram driver, and enthusiast, showed me around. In common with many UK transport museums, they are underfunded, have a lack of volunteers, and store their vehicles in multiple locations. A number are in Majorstuen, an old tram shed (sole remainder of a complex of sheds originally on this site), though some trams are kept in the modern running sheds, and come out on operating days.
Outside the shed:
On the left is an old wood panelled suburban train:
Inside the train, used as a training/meeting room, and the only heated vehicle inside the shed:
Their sole remaining trolleybus:
'20s ? trams:
After I left, they turned the lights out! Visible is a '60s suburban train.
The majority of these trams do not / cannot run, as they are 600V. There are a few old trams converted to 750V, and these are driven by the guy that showed me around, as well as other volunteers.
Taper, biker, frequent London Underground traveller.
Oooh that brings back some memories. Years ago I was "bag man" for a senior LU manager who was presenting to a conference in Oslo. We went in the depths of Winter - I had no idea how cold it got so didn't pack any jumpers. To say I was cold was an understatement. Oslo Transport were excellent hosts and I even got to drive a tram on a reserved section that climbs up a hill. I'm sure we also got a glimpse behind the scenes at Majorstuen - might have been a depot then rather than a museum. I also recall us taking a ride on the line that climbs up to a former Olympic ski slope - Frognerseteren??. Waiting 20 minutes in the cold for the next train was almost a painful experience it was so cold. Great place, horrendously expensive but they know how to cope with snow - so many people with skis and under pavement heating.