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The D/S Oster and D/S Børøysund

Alverstraumen

19.06.2018

Bjørsvik

Bjørsvik

24.06.2018

The industrial settlement Bjørsvik

The hostelry place at Bruknappen, Lindås

Bruknappen

16.06.2018

The hostelry place in Bruknappen is situated north in Radsundet, just south of Festo, by a sheltered idyllic bay, close to the main lane. Sloops both from Sognefjorden and Nordland had their fixed stops at “the blacksmith in Bruknappen”; on their way to Bergen, fully loaded with wood and hazel hoops, barrels and chests, or on their way home with town merchandise.

Isdalstunet, Lindås

Isdal

16.06.2018

Isdal one of the few clustered settlements left in the Hordaland communities, after the extensive changes taking place around the turn of the former century, which broke up the shared farms and the old intermixture of strips. The old, low houses are situated in a compact enclosure, which is very noticeable in the landscape when you travel the main road north from Knarrvik.

“The Trondheim post road” from Gaulen, Lindås.

Isdalstø

16.06.2018

The longhouse at Litleoksa

Litleoksa

16.06.2018

Burning heath

Lygra

16.06.2018

The heath landscape on outer Lygra, Utluro and Lurekalven will in future become part of a landscape protection area, to be maintained through traditional activities with year-round outdoor sheep, grazing and burning. The West Norwegian heath country belongs to a large North Atlantic coastal landscape stretching from the Bay of Biscay to the Lofoten islands.

Seim

16.06.2018

Sæheim (Seim) at Lygrefjord is mentioned as one of the royal farms of Harald Hårfagre. Several of the first Norwegian national kings had their seat here, and the farm became Crown Property up to the 1400s. According to the sagas, Håkon den gode is buried on the farm.

Lindås locks at the beginning of the 1900s.

Spjutøy

16.06.2018

At Spjutøy and Straumsosen there are three entrances from Lurefjorden to the fjord basin inside. Right up the end of the 1800s the ferry could not reach further than to Mølna at Spjutøy. At Skallestraumen there was a bark mill driven by the powerful tidal current in the sound. Here was also a store, a bakery and a hostelry place around the middle of the 1800s.

The farm cowshed at Tofting.

Tofting

16.06.2018

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