of Stockholm. KARLBERG. 48. Route. 301
to the road, we follow it to the left and soon reach the old porcelain-
manufactory of Marieberg, now occupied by the train-battalion.
A path passing the large bell and descending to the right leads in
a few minutes to the steamboat-pier.
Travellers arriving by steamer ascend 60 paces, turn to the right, and
then to the left, past the large bell. Opposite are two paths, of which
we take that bearing to the right. After a few paces more (5 min. from
the pier) a path ascends to the best point of view.
Karlberg. — Steam Launch from the Riddarhushamn (near the
Wasa Bridge; PL D, 4) every 1/i hr. to Rorstrand (in 17 min.: 12 o.) and
Karlberg (in 25 min.; 12 6.). — Karlberg is also a station on the branch-
railway to the harbour of Warta (see below).
The steamboat steers to the N. of the Kungsholm, passing-
through the Klarasjb, Bamhusvik, and Rdrstrandsvik. The prin¬
cipal intermediate stations are Atlas, with a railway-carriage fac¬
tory, and Rorstrand, with the oldest porcelain-factory in Sweden,
founded in 1727, the wares of which are curious in form and bright
The chateau of Karlberg, situated about 2 M. to the N.W. of
the Norrbro, erected by Karl Karlsson Gyllenhjelm, a natural son
of Charles IX., at the beginning of the 17th cent., was converted
into a military school in 1792. The beautiful public *Park contains
a monument to Major v. Dobeln, a Swedish officer who fell at Leip¬
zig in 1813.
The N.E. side of the park is skirted by the Upsala railway, beyond
which a road to the left leads to Q/i hr.) Solna Kyrka, with a tower built
of blocks of granite, supposed once to have been a heathen temple. The
churchyard is the burial-place of Berzelius, the chemist (d. 1848), and
several other eminent men. On the N.E. side of the church is the prin¬
cipal Cemetery (Nya Kyrkogarden) of Stockholm, containing handsome
monuments. To the E. are the entrance to the park of Haga (omnibus
to Stockholm in the afternoon), the tramway-station Nya Kyrkogarden
(p. 277), and the steamboat-station of Stallmastaregarden, at the W. en¬
trance of the park of Bellevue (see below).
HAGA and ULRIKSDAL. — Tramway as far as Nya Kyrkogarden, the
station opposite Haga (p. 277), fare 15 6. — Also Omnibuses, 8-12 times
daily, from the Gustaf-Adolfs-Torg, at the corner of the Stromgata (PI.
E, D, 4), to Stallmastaregarden (fare 35 6.), and from the Adolf-Fredriks-
Plan (PI. C, 1, 2) to Stallmastaregarden and Haga.
Steam Launches (time-tables in the 'Saltsjo-Turer'). 1. From Gustaf
Ill's Statue (PI. E, F, 4) twice daily, past the S. side of the Djurgard and
the Warta-Harbour (see below), and through the Lidingbbro and the Stock-
sund, where they pass under the Stockholm and Bimbo railway (from the
Ostra Station), to Ulriksdal (V-jt hr., fare 70 6.) and Nytorp (2 hrs., fare
70 6.). — 2. From Stallmastaregarden by Kraftriket to Haga (12 min.,
fare 20 o.) and Ulriksdals Allee (27 min., fare 20 6.) hourly. — 3. From
Stallmastaregarden to Haga (12 min., fare 25 o.) and through the strait of
Alkistan to Ulriksdal (40 min., fare 35 6.), 7-9 times daily.
Railways (from the Central Station). A branch-line (8 Kil., in 25 min.;
fares 40, 30, 20 b.) runs to Wartahamnen, the new harbour of Stockholm;
intermediate stations Karlberg (see above), Norlull, Stallmastaregarden-
Albano, and Ugglevikskdllan. Nortull lies to the S. of the park of Haga (see
below); at Albano the line crosses the Stockholm and Bimbo railway