Igelboda

Igelboda, opened on 18 August 1913, is the junction between the "main line" to Saltsjöbaden and the "branch" to Solsidan. It was opened in connection with the coming of the branch line. The station had two platforms until a 1970s rebuilding removed one of them. The station building is still largely in original condition.


Igelboda, inbound train arriving
 

(2 February 2002)
A train arriving at Igelboda from Saltsjöbaden. This train will continue its run to Slussen.


Igelboda, inbound train stopped
 

(2 February 2002)
The same train making the stop at Igelboda.


Igelboda, train to Solsidan
 

(2 February 2002)
An outbound train (on the branch line to Solsidan) stopping at Igelboda.


Igelboda, station building
 

(2 February 2002)
The station building at Igelboda.


Igelboda, station building and road crossing
 

(2 February 2002)
A more distant view of the station building, as well as the road crossing that is immediately outbound of the station. The inbound direction is to the left here.


Igelboda, station building and platform
 

(2 February 2002)
This view of the station building and platform more clearly shows how the platform is constructed.


Igelboda, view of platform
 

(2 February 2002)
A long view of the platform, looking outbound.


Igelboda, road crossing
 

(2 February 2002)
The road crossing just outbound of the station.


Igelboda, road crossing, view 2
 

(2 February 2002)
Another view of the road crossing that more clearly shows the branch to Solsidan curving off to the right.


Igelboda, train from Solsidan approaching
 

(2 February 2002)
A train from Solsidan approaching Igelboda. The crossing gates are down.


Igelboda, train from Solsidan
 

(2 February 2002)
The same train as it nears the station.

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