Göteborg/Gothenburg

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Göteborg/Gothenburg
Göteborg/Gothenburg
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Tokens have been used on public transport in Gothenburg since the middle of the 19th century, principally on the ferries across the Göta älv river and on the city's tram system.

Ferry tokens used throughout the city

Ferry tokens for specific destinations

  • Arendal Public ferries between the city centre and Arendal run first by Arendals Ångbåtsaktiebolag and later by Trafikaktiebolaget Arendal c.1900-1920
  • Eriksbergs Varv shipyard
  • Götaverken shipyard
  • Göteborgs Sluss Access lock to Mölndalsån, the canalised river between Mölndal and Gothenburg (1921-1955)
  • Hisingen Public ferries to Hisingen run by Ångslupsaktiebolaget Hisingen, 1906-1917
  • Lindholmens Varv shipyard
  • Lundby Mekaniska Verkstad shipyard
  • Långedrag Boats to the southern archipelago (Göteborgs södra skärgård)
  • Tingstad Ferries to Tingstad
  • Surte Steamboat line between Gothenborg and Surte 1860s
  • Klippan Ferry between Klippen - Färjenäs
  • Styrsö Steamboat line serving the bathing house on styrsö ,an island in the southern archipeligo

Tram tokens

Others

  • Qvillebackens Brobolag (Qvillebacken Bridge Company) Ran a tolled bridge between the city centre and Hisingen 1874-1911
  • Bergslagernas Järnväg Railway from Gothenburg to Falun with its headquarters in Gothenburg, 1875-1948
  • Mölndalsvägens bolag (Mölndals Road Company) maintenance company leveled a road toll in Mölndal - suburb of Gothenburg (1865-1899)