The highest point on the track, just as it would turn left and descend to the goal line. Just at the start of the patio, you can see a small path leading up to the right. That is not part of the jogging track, but used to be a much smaller path. This is what the view looked like before the houses were built.
This photo was taken approximately where the start of the track used to be, facing in the direction you'd run. The red brick building to the right is IBM's headquarters, which gave this area the nickname "The IBM-forest".
This is a small surviving part near Lagtingsgatan - and the only part that I thought was left on this side of the road. If you look ahead, down the slope, you can see the road cutting across the track.
Here we have crossed Lagtingsgatan. If you look back across the road, you can see a small yellow sign near a birch tree. That's where the previous section of the track ended.
This is where the track turns around and makes its way back up over Töjnanberget and back to the start point. Every time I ran the track, I would think of this as the half way point - and I'd be wrong every time. In reality, there's about 2/3rds left.
This section is remembered by me for not being remembered. Every time I'd run the track, I'd be surprised that this part was so much longer than I remembered. I would typically expect the goal to come up about now, and be equally disappointed every time.
The sign on the tree says "Forbidden Entry" - strangely enough, it only applies to entering the track from this direction - there were no signs on the other end of this segment.
Here the newest road cuts across the track. The big rock that is in the middle of the track a little bit back wasn't put there by the construction, but had slid down prior to this.
The sign that you can see hanging up ahead is another "Forbidden Entry" sign; and as with the previous one, it appears to only apply to people going the other way.
This is one of the most beautiful spots on the track. Not only does the forst open up a bit so you get a clear sky, when you passed this you knew that the goal was right up ahead. For real, this time.
This is a relatively new development, thus the industrial look with no greenery, no nothing. These houses used to be connected with a long corridor called "gula gången" ("the yellow corridor"), running about where I stood taking this photo. I don't know about later years, but way back in '86 or so the corridor was one of the "bad places" you just stayed away from. I'm not surprised tearing it down was one of the top items on the list of things to do in order to improve Husby.