I'll get back to the Trondheim trip properly, soon.
But here's a little something which I thought might be of some interest, since it's the only one of it's kind in the world.
Trondheim has more bicycles per head of population than any other place I've ever seen, to the point where it's dangerous to be a pedestrian, since they're allowed to ride on the pavements.
Since there are a few steep hills in the town, cycling can be difficult, or easy, depending on which direction you are traveling.
This is the hill in question for this world first, the track of which can be seen to the right.
TRAMPE on Wikipedia
youtube Video of the lift operating
Personally, I think it's a brilliant idea, and I can well imagine such a thing being an asset in some of the Lerwick lanes.
Yun's aa fir enoo
KESTREL AT BOTALLACK
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