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    by AnnikaW Updated Sep 22, 2002

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    I actually worked here as a guide before I moved to Stockholm. There are heaps of German and Japanese tourists visiting, but to be honest, I don't really see why! (luckily I am not emplyed anymore, so I don't risk getting sacked :)
    We'll the entrance fee is not much (sek 30), so if you have a spare day you might as well visit, but it's not worth making a special visit to Grängesberg just to see it!
    Basically, it is a collection of 135 old locomotives, and one of them is the world's only working locomotive.

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    by AnnikaW Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Dan Anderssons finnstigar is hiking paths around Grängesberg. You will see the old cole mines which are special for this area of Sweden.

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    by AnnikaW Updated Sep 23, 2002

    Spendrus, one of Sweden's largest breweries are in Grängesberg. They have guided tours, so if you like to see how beer is brewed, go there! A few years a go you got free beer after doing the tour, but now I think you'll only get lemonade! :)
    You can also tell by the smell over the village that there is a brewery here!

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