At the section Knotberget, the cableway makes a sharp SW bend for the final section down to Forsby.
The building material of fashion in the 1940's was "Eternit" which was a brand name for tiles reinforced with asbestos fibers. It was marketed as maintenance free and it was highly resistant to heat and fire, which made it immensely popular. As the health hazards of asbestos became evident in the 1970's, the wide spread of Eternit has become a big problem. Any construction or demolishing work in a site like this is terribly expensive as it requires all workers to use advanced protection gear