Today’s two old postcards shows the different landscapes of the western part of Norway. The first card is from an island called Herdla a part of the community where I live - Askøy. Under the 2nd world war most of the island was an airbase and airport for the Germans (!) After the war it could have been the new airport of Bergen but other location was found. Today most of the island is a golfcourse (!!)
The second card is from the road up to the mountain plateau Hardangervidda. The text on the card says: The new road to Måbødalen. The road was new when the card was published, but later they did build a safer and improved road so if you are heading this way with car you mostly drive in tunnels.