JLT Fiat Y1 DMU no. 1299
Withdrawn Jönköpings Länstrafik AB diesel multiple unit photographed on 21 July 2013 at the Nässjö Railway Museum, central Sweden.
Built by Fiat in 1980 with Fiat engines (2 x 160 kW) and named 'Malte Stjärngranat' according to the original listing, but seen here with the name 'Ingemar Lundin'.
Malte Stjärngranat was a Swedish businessman and arts patron, best known for his grave, in the form of a pyramid at Stjärneborg, built in 1924 after he had visited Egypt, and housing the remains of himself and his family.
Ingemar Lundin is a fairly common name in Sweden, and there seems to be no particularly famous person with that name. Perhaps the train is named after someone of local importance.
See also picture #8137
and picture #8138
Picture added on 24 July 2013 at 19:07