Welcome to the website of Adnalms Järnvägar, incorporating the FLMJ Swedish model railway, Adnalms Järnvägsklubb (the club) and Adnalms Järnvägsförening (the friends). For roundly 30 years we maintained and operated the FLMJ in the garden around a home in England, but which closed at the end of the summer 2018 timetable due to relocation – to Sweden. The relocation is taking a little longer than we would have liked, but it is in progress; and we hope for early 2023 for the first ‘news’ about a new railway!
As interest in the old railway grew, so did the content of our website, and it now serves two primary functions: to bring you the news from our modelling activities (which we will try to do in both languages), and to provide a lot of Swedish Railway information in English – because it is already available elsewhere on the internet in Swedish! We will also ‘give a mention’ to forthcoming events within the Railway calendar that are either happening here in Sweden, or in Britain where they are in some way connected with Swedish railways, for example with the Scandinavian Railways Society and/or with a Swedish layout understood to be on display. (We are retaining the UK web-address for this reason – for the time being, at least.)
Adnalms Järnvägar owns the assets, and will appoint a manager (as before) to take control. The Club (Adnalms Järnvägsklubb) will be re-established, but based in Sweden, comprising friends who wish to volunteer with the Railway’s development, maintenance and operation. The Friends (Adnalms Järnvägsförening) is already based in England (mostly) and are friends who were supporting or involved with the previous Railway’s development, or have taken an interest more recently. Some now have their own Swedish layouts and we will continue to support them.
Please Note: Although a few of our Friends are members of the British based Scandinavian Railways Society, we cannot enter into correspondence about the state of their website (to which we have removed our link). We are fully aware of the problems that many people experience with that website, especially visually impaired people, and once the Society has been able to resolve the issue with their webmaster, we will create a new link.
Due to abuse by spammers, the Contact form has been removed:
For enquiries about the development of the eventual new railway you can contact us at ajf-AT-adnalm-DOT-org-DOT-uk – which you’ll need to type manually in the correct style.