Photo Essay: Norway By Train

Come along for the ride as travel photographer and blogger Alison Turner discovers that touring a country by train allows you to sit back, relax and enjoy the view.

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

Photo By: Alison Turner

From Oslo to Bergen

I took the famous route from Oslo to Bergen, with a stop in Myrdal to detour to Flam. Here, I'm traveling on the historic Flam Railway from Myrdal to Flam.

Life in Flam

A row of homes in the bay of Flam fulfills visions of Norway.

Don't Forget to People Watch Inside

A passenger takes a photo of a waterfall as the train enters a tunnel.

Bergen Color Palette

A row of classic buildings in Bergen contrasts beautifully against the bold sky.

Oslo Romance

A couple embraces on the Oslo Opera House.

Aerial View

Travelers perch on the top of the climb to the Pulpit Rock Overlook.

Romantic Scenery

The classic Flam Railway is on the move.

Stunning Views

A fellow hiker shares the view with me on top of one of the many fjords of the region.

Rustic Landscapes

A fellow train passenger gazes out to the view.

Don't Forget to Look Down

The fjords are so tall and majestic that the only way to get them in the shot with the water is in a reflection.